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Q: What is the prime number greater than 10 and a factor of 22?

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It is 17.

A composite is any number that has a prime factor smaller than itself and greater than 1.

The smallest prime factor of any even number greater than two will always be two (2).

That is how they are defined. Any number greater than 1 is composite if it has a factor other than 1 and itself. If it is not a composite number then it is a prime number. It mustbe one or the other and the result follows.

3000. It contains non-repeating 3 as a factor.

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It is 17.

A composite is any number that has a prime factor smaller than itself and greater than 1.

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No prime number greater than 2 has 2 as a factor. A prime number has only two factors, 1 and the number itself. All prime numbers have 1 as a common factor. Numbers with any number besides 1 as common factors are composite numbers.

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The smallest prime factor of any even number greater than two will always be two (2).

The prime factor of 7 is 7. The prime factor of 8 is 2. The prime factor of 9 is 3. The prime factors of 10 are 2 and 5. The prime factor of 11 is 11.

Prime Number.

There are no factors of 200, prime or otherwise, that are larger than 200.

53 is a prime number that is greater than 50

It is true.

That is how they are defined. Any number greater than 1 is composite if it has a factor other than 1 and itself. If it is not a composite number then it is a prime number. It mustbe one or the other and the result follows.

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