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Q: What are the multiples of primes composite or prime?

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All multiples of 4 are even. The only even prime number is 2. All multiples of any number greater than 1 are not prime.

Nothing everything is composite

Multiples of 6 are even composite numbers.

The multiples of 6 are 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36 and so on. They are all composite numbers as are any multiples of numbers greater than one.

29 is already prime. Prime numbers can't be products of primes.

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They are the composite numbers, products of primes and their multiples. All even numbers are composite, except the number two (2) which is prime.

composite seeing as if a number has more factors than 1 and itself.If you multiply a prime number the product will be a composite number. This is because it will have more than two factors as the prime number will be a factor.ExampleThe factors of 3 are:3 : 1,33 multiplied by 3 is 9.The factors of 9 are:9 : 1,3,9Multiples of any numbers other than 1 are composite numbers.The multiples of primes are composite, because they are divisible by the two numbers that were multiplied to make it.

No primes are composite. The prime factors of 80 are 2 and 5.

They are primes.

That's a prime factorization.

No, multiples of prime numbers are composite.

A composite number is basically one that is NOT a prime - a composite number is a product of two or more primes.

It is called the prime factorisation (or prime decomposition) of the composite number.

Composite. Even numbers higher than 2 are not Primes.

No, it is composite.

Multiples of any number greater than one are composite.

759 is not a prime number.The nearest primes are 757 and 761

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