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A presentation explaining the definitions of Prime and Composite numbers.

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  • What are Prime and Composite Numbers???
    By Teegan
  • Prime Numbers
  • My Definition:
    A Prime number is a
    number with only
    two factors, itself
    and 1. Another way
    of putting it is a
    prime number is a
    number that is only
    divisible by itself and
    1.
    Prime Numbers
  • My Definition:
    A Prime number is a
    number with only
    two factors, itself
    and 1. Another way
    of putting it is a
    prime number is a
    number that is only
    divisible by itself and
    1.
    Examples:
    Is 2 a prime number?
    Let’s check
    Prime Numbers
  • My Definition:
    A Prime number is a
    number with only
    two factors, itself
    and 1. Another way
    of putting it is a
    prime number is a
    number that is only
    divisible by itself and
    1.
    Examples:
    Is 2 a prime number?
    Let’s check
    How many factors
    Does 2 have?
    Prime Numbers
  • My Definition:
    A Prime number is a
    number with only
    two factors, itself
    and 1. Another way
    of putting it is a
    prime number is a
    number that is only
    divisible by itself and
    1.
    Examples:
    Is 2 a prime number?
    Let’s check
    How many factors
    Does 2 have?
    Well, the factors of 2
    are 1 and 2. So...
    Prime Numbers
  • My Definition:
    A Prime number is a
    number with only
    two factors, itself
    and 1. Another way
    of putting it is a
    prime number is a
    number that is only
    divisible by itself and
    1.
    Example:
    Is 2 a prime number?
    Let’s check
    How many factors
    Does 2 have?
    Well, the factors of 2
    are 1 and 2. So...
    2 is a prime number!
    Prime numbers
  • Composite Numbers
  • My Definition:
    A composite number
    is basically the
    opposite to a prime
    number. A composite
    number is a number
    with more than 2
    factors.
    Composite Numbers
  • My Definition:
    A composite number
    is basically the
    opposite to a prime
    number. A composite
    number is a number
    with more than 2
    factors.
    Example:
    Is 6 a composite
    number? Let’s check
    Composite Numbers
  • My Definition:
    A composite number
    is basically the
    opposite to a prime
    number. A composite
    number is a number
    with more than 2
    factors.
    Example:
    Is 6 a composite
    number? Let’s check
    How many factors
    does 6 have?
    Composite Numbers
  • My Definition:
    A composite number
    is basically the
    opposite to a prime
    number. A composite
    number is a number
    with more than 2
    factors.
    Example:
    Is 6 a composite
    number? Let’s check
    How many factors
    does 6 have? Well,
    the factors of 6 are,
    1,2,3 and 6. So...
    Composite Numbers
  • My Definition:
    A composite number
    is basically the
    opposite to a prime
    number. A composite
    number is a number
    with more than 2
    factors.
    Example:
    Is 6 a composite
    number? Let’s check
    How many factors
    does 6 have? Well,
    the factors of 6 are,
    1,2,3 and 6. So...
    6 is a composite
    number because it has
    more than 2 factors!!
    Composite Numbers
  • Points to Remember
  • A prime number is a number with only 2 factors, itself and 1.
    Points to Remember
  • A prime number is a number with only 2 factors, itself and 1.
    A Composite number is a number with more than 2 factors like, 6 it has 4 factors.
    Points to Remember
  • A prime number is a number with only 2 factors, itself and 1.
    A Composite number is a number with more than 2 factors like, 6 it has 4 factors.
    Another fact is that these 2 categories do not apply for integers ( negative numbers)
    Points to Remember
  • Thanks for Watching!!!