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

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