IN MATH: 1. n. a natural number with more than two factors. EX. The number 1 is neither a prime nor a composite. 2. adj. having more whole number factors than just 1 and itself.
IN ENGLISH: 1. adj. made of more than 1 part. EX. The mugger was found when a composite picture was circulated.
APPLICATION: See list 30.
1. List the first 12 composite numbers.
2. List all composite numbers between 26 and 40 inclusive.
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