yes you are supposed to circle the prime#s and divide the composite
no. There is a prime number and a composite number. Therefor, all prime numbers are not composite.
No, it is composite. All numbers except 2 are composite because 2 will divide into them.
if divide the prime numbers by the compositenumber it will give you a greater number that is either a prime number or composite.
48 is not a prime number it can be divide by 8, 2 and 4
No, You can't change a composite number to prime number.
No prime number is a composite number, by definition.
Prime numbers are numbers that only 1 and the number itself can be divided into (e.g, 3: no other number can divide into it) Composite numbers are numbers that more than 1 number besides itself and 1 can be divided into (e.g, 9: more than 1 number can divide into 9).
No composite numbers are prime. A composite number is a number that can be made by multiplying other numbers. A prime number is made only by one and itself. Therefore no number can be both prime and composite
6 is a composite number. You can divide it by 3 and get 2. A composite number can be divided by a number and get another number out. 29 is prime because it can only be divided by 1 and 29 to get a whole number answer.
composite The number 18 is a composite number. It is a composite number because composite numbers are whole numbers that have three or more factors.
Prime factorization is writing a composite number as a product of prime numbers.