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A nonprime number divided by a nonprime number could be either a Prime number or a nonprime number. For example, the nonprime number 64 divided by the nonprime number 32 equals the prime number 2. As an example of the other case, the nonprime number 100 divided by the nonprime number 25 equals the nonprime number 4.

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