###### Asked in Needs a Topic

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# What does niq mean?

## Answer

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###### October 02, 2009 1:50PM

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###### Asked in Celebrities

### Who is zonnique?

Zonnique
is Tiny's oldest child from a previous relationship. Her family
calls her 'Niq Niq.' She is quiet and shy, but loves to sing. She
openly admits that she's afraid to sing in front of her mother.
Zonnique is a member of the OMG Girlz - a new girl group that Tiny
is producing with her friend and former Xscape group member,
Keisha.

###### Asked in Composite Numbers

### Are there any steps to help determine if a number is prime or composite?

It is sometimes not easy, especially if the (natural) number is
long. But there are a few easy checks you can make that help. The
fastest way is to find an online site that answers the question for
numbers you submit, quickly, easily and presumably accurately. If
you cannot access a computer, the checks below amount to being
filters for some kinds of composite numbers. If you can show that
the number in question (niq) meets one of these criteria,
you have demonstrated that it is composite. Have a calculator
handy.
If the niq (of 2 or more digits, understood throughout)
ends with any of these digits: 0, 2, 4, 5, 6, or 8, then you
KNOW that it is composite. If it ends with 0, 2, 4,
6, or 8, you know that it is even and can be divided by 2. If it
ends in 0 or 5, you know it can be divided by 5.
Calculate the digital root* of the niq. This is
fun and easy to learn. Just add all the digits together. When you
get an answer of 2 digits, add them together and keep going. The
single digit you end up with is the digital root of the
niq.
*If the digital root is equal to 9, then you KNOW
that the niq is composite, and it has at least a factor of 9
besides itself and one. This is the only digital root (9) that can
indicate absolutely that the niq is composite; the other
roots can happen for primes and nonprimes alike.
Divide the number by 6 and look at the digital remainder^, the
digits to the right of the decimal point. Remainders after dividing
a natural number by 6 must be one of the following values: .0
exactly, .3333 repeating, .5 exactly, .6666 repeating, .8333
repeating, or .16666 repeating.
^If the digital remainder has only one digit in it, a single
time or repeating, (.0, .3333, .5, .6666) you
KNOW the niq is composite. Any other remainder
and you cannot be certain either way.
If you are still in doubt about the niq, then you have to
start dividing to see if you can find factors. You don't have to
divide by even numbers because if there is no remainder the
niq is even and you have already eliminated it. You don't
have to divide by any number larger than the square root of the
niq. If any number larger than the square root is a
factor of the niq, then by the time you get to the square
root, you will already have found the smaller factor that goes
with it.
Divide by 3.
Divide by 7. (You have already eliminated even numbers and
numbers divisible by 5).
Divide by 11. (8 and 10 are even, and you would already know
from test #2 if the niq is a multiple of 9).
Divide by 13, then by 17 (you've already eliminated multiples of
5 so no need to divide by 15 or any other multiple of 5). Keep
working your way up.
If there are no divisions without remainders, the niq is
prime.

###### Asked in Scrabble

### What are some nine letter words with 5th letter N and 6th letter I and 7th letter Q and 9th letter E?

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries
used around the world) there are 5 words with the pattern
----NIQ-E. That is, nine letter words with 5th letter N and 6th
letter I and 7th letter Q and 9th letter E. In alphabetical order,
they are:
dominique
nonunique
ortanique
technique
veronique

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