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Q: If X is positive is X prime A X3 has exactly four distinct positive integer factors B X2-X-6 0?

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A composite number has more than two positive integer factors. A prime number has exactly two positive integer factors. 0 is therefore neither prime nor composite. It is not "composed" of any factors.Zero (0) is neither composite nor prime.

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A prime number has just two positive integer factors, itself and 1. Therefore, 0 and 1, which have none, and one, positive integer factor respectively, are not prime. A composite number has more than two positive integer factors - that is, including itself and 1. Therefore, since 0 and 1 do not have more than two positive integer factors, they are not composite, either.

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