You cannot make any composite number Prime number because prime only has 2 factors.
You cannot MAKE a number prime. Either it is or it is not; and 10 is not.
How about the prime numbers of: 3+7 = 10
A prime number is one which has only two factors- 1, and itself. 3 is a prime number, as the only way to multiply two numbers to make 3 is 1x3 4 is not. You can make 4 by 1x4 and 2x2 10 is not. You can make 10 by 1x10 and 2x5
Can you think of a number besides 1 or 10 that you can divide 10 by?Take out your multiplication tables and see if there are any whole numbers you can multiply together to make 10, other than 10 and 1.If you can find such a number, then 10 is not prime. 2 and 5 are factors of 10. Hence, 10 is not a prime number.
No. 10 is not a prime number, which means it cannot be a prime factor. It can be a factor, but not a prime factor.
Yes, it can. Examples are 2 and 5 to make 10 and 2 and 7 to make 14. If your question was if they could make an even prime number, the answer is no. Two is the only even prime number.
If that's 3, 6, and 10, 3 is prime. If that's 36 and 10, neither is prime.
This question doesn't quite make sense; a prime number has no factors.If you meant a prime whose digits sum to 10 it is 37.
105 is not a prime number. If you say that 105 is a number written in base 6, it is the same as 41 in base 10, which is a prime number.
3 is prime. 4 can be represented as 2x2, and is not prime 10 can be represented as 5x2, and is not prime
The prime factors of 10 are 2 and 5.The prime factorization of 10 is 2 x 5.All the factors of 10: 1, 2, 5 & 10.the prime numbers of 10 are 23572 and 5
The prime factors of 10 are 2 and 5