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5.4.A Identify prime and composite numbers

Quiz by Texas Education Agency

Grade 5
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Grade 5
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

5.4.A: Algebraic Reasoning

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  • Q1
    Brenda said that the number 2 is prime because it has only two factors. Carla said that the number 2 is composite because it is even, and all even numbers are composite. Who is correct?
    Both of them are correct.
    Brenda is correct.
    Carla is correct.
    Neither of them is correct.
    60s
    5.4.A: Algebraic Reasoning
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  • Q2
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  • Q3
    Is 7 a prime number or a composite number?
    Prime
    Neither
    Composite
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  • Q4
    Is 9 a prime number or a composite number?
    Composite
    Prime
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  • Q5
    Is 6 a prime or composite number?
    Composite
    Prime
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