Q: What numbers that have more than one factor called?

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Numbers with two factors are called prime. Numbers with more than two factors are called composite.

Numbers with more than one factor pair are composite numbers.

Integers greater than 1, that are not prime numbers, are called composite numbers, because they are "made up of" more than one prime factor.

A number with more than one factor is normal, since all numbers except 0 and 1 have more than one factor. A number with more than two factors is composite.

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Numbers with two factors are called prime. Numbers with more than two factors are called composite.

Numbers with more than one factor pair are composite numbers.

Some numbers have two factors. These are called prime. Some numbers have more than two factors. These are called composite.

Integers greater than 1, that are not prime numbers, are called composite numbers, because they are "made up of" more than one prime factor.

Yes.

To distinguish them from prime numbers. Composite means "made up of various parts or elements." Prime numbers have one and only one factor pair. Composite numbers have a various number of factor pairs, but always more than one.

A number with more than one factor is normal, since all numbers except 0 and 1 have more than one factor. A number with more than two factors is composite.

A pair of numbers can have more than one factor because the numbers keep going on.

Yes.

Any integer greater than 7.

Those are called prime numbers.

Need more than one number to have a COMMON factor. Common means both numbers have it as a factor.