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14, 55 and 64 are not prime.

(1,14)(2,7)

(1,29)

(1,47)

(1,55)(5,11)

(1,64)(2,32)(4,16)(8,8)

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โˆ™ 2018-03-13 15:37:40

29 and 47 are prime numbers; the others are composite.

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Q: Which is not a prime a prime number 14 29 47 55 64. prove it by making a list of all the factor pairs of each number?
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