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The definition of a Prime number is: A number that has no factors other than '1' and itself. But 35 has factors of 5 and 7. So by definition, it's not a prime.

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35 is not a prime number. It has factors of 1, 5, 7 and 35.



Prime numbers are numbers that have only two factors, the number one and itself. Since 35 has 4 factors, 1, 5, 7, and 35, it is not a prime number. So 35 is a composite number.Composite.


No. A prime number only has 2 multiples. 35 has four: 1,5,7,35


35 is a composite number because it has 1,5,7 number that can equal 35 and if u don't understand what composite means it means if u have more then 1 then its composite.Prime is only 1*35=35 thats prime.


31 is a prime number, but 24 and 35 are not.


It is not a prime number, since it has smaller factors.


35 is not a prime number because it has more than two factors and so therefore it is a composite number


35 is a composite number.


35 has two prime factors: 5 and 7.


The only prime number between 30 and 35 is 31.


No, 35 is divible by 5 and 7. It cannot be a prime number because it has factors other than 1 and 35 (the number itself).


7*5=35, therefore it is not a prime.35 is composite since 5 and 7 are divisors of 35.


A prime number has exactly two factors.The factors of 31 are 1 and 31, so it is a prime number.The factors of 35 are 1, 5, 7, and 35, so it is not a prime number.The factors of 24 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, and 24, so it is not a prime number.The only prime number among 31, 35, and 24 is 31.


35 is composite.A prime number has exactly two different factors (namely 1 and itself). 35 has four factors (1, 5, 7, 35).35 is composite. You can write it as 7 * 5, its prime factorization.


No. It is not only not prime, it's a square ( of 35 ).


Not a prime as it divisible by 5 and 7 so is a composite number


37, 41, and 43 are prime numbers.


It is a composite number.



To find the prime factors of any number then it is necessary to know what numbers are prime numbers.Divide 35 (or any other number) by prime numbers of increasing value. If a prime number divides wholly into 35 then it is a factor. Repeat the division with the same prime number on the new quotient in case the prime number factors several times.Continue with prime numbers of increasing value until the quotient = 1. At the stage the number has been factored completely.35 ÷ 2 (Not wholly divisible)35 ÷ 3 (Not wholly divisible)35 ÷ 5 = 7 Therefore 5 is a prime factor.7 ÷ 5 (Not wholly divisible)7 ÷ 7 = 1 Therefore 7 is a prime factor. The quotient = 1 so the factoring operation is complete.The prime factors of 35 are 5 and 7.


53 and 61 are prime numbers.


Only 35 is a composite number; the rest are prime numbers.


No, it can be divided by 5 and 7


If the prime factorization contains a 5 and a 7, 35 is a factor.