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How to Factor Composite Numbers.?

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1. Determine if the number is composite or prime. Primes numbers are rare, with only 25 occurring between 1 and 100. All even numbers can be divided evenly by 2, so all evens (with the exception of 2, which is considered prime) can be identified as
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