How do you make 10 prime?

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You cannot make any composite number Prime number because prime only has 2 factors.

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You cannot MAKE a number prime. Either it is or it is not; and 10 is not.

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You can not make 10 a prime number because 10 has more factors than 2. We can't decrees factors so it is impossible. If you read this comment I just want to say if you don't understand this its fine I was in a rush to write it lol.

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