Composite numbers list from 1 to 8
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The number 8 is not a prime number because it is possible to express it as a product of prime factors. In other words, 8 can be divided by 1, by itself and at least by 2. So, 8 is a 'composite number'.
List of composite numbers before 8:
4, 6, 8.
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Composite Number Definition
A composite number is a whole number that can be divided evenly by numbers other than 1 or itself.
A composite number n is a positive integer n>1 which is not prime (i.e., it can be divided by whole number other than 1 and itself).
- Example 1: 6 can be divided evenly by 2, so 6 is a composite number.
- Example 2: 5 cannot be divided evenly (except by 1 and 5), so is not a composite number (it is a so called prime number).