5.4A Prime and Composite Numbers

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- Q1Which of the following is NOT a composite number?763921560s
- Q2The factor tree for the number 45 is shown. According to the factor tree, which of the following statements is NOT true?The number 5 is a composite number.The number 3 is a prime number.3 and 5 are the prime factors of 45.9 and 45 are not prime numbers.60s
- Q3Yani uses blocks to show the difference between prime and composite numbers. The diagrams below represent some of Yani's models. Which of the models represent prime numbers?7 and 118, 9, and 107, 9, and 118 and 1060s