5.4.A Identify prime and composite numbers

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5.4.A: Algebraic Reasoning

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- Q1Brenda 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.60s5.4.A: Algebraic ReasoningEditDelete
- Q260s5.4.A: Algebraic ReasoningEditDelete
- Q3Is 7 a prime number or a composite number?PrimeNeitherComposite60s5.4.A: Algebraic ReasoningEditDelete
- Q4Is 9 a prime number or a composite number?CompositePrime60s5.4.A: Algebraic ReasoningEditDelete
- Q5Is 6 a prime or composite number?CompositePrime60s5.4.A: Algebraic ReasoningEditDelete