**The following statements are false.**

**Explain or illustrate with examples (if applicable) to show why they are false**

**Q1 All odd numbers are prime.**

**Q2 All prime numbers are odd.**

**Q3. All even numbers are composite.**

**Q7. A prime number is always smaller than a composite number.**

Enter your response, label them neatly.

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ReplyDeleteI) no, 1 is an odd number but it is not a prime number but is a unit.

II) no, 2 is a prime number but it is an even number

III) no, 2 is a prime number but it is a even number

VII) no, 7, which is a prime number is larger than 4 which is a composite number

Q1: Correct

DeleteQ2: Correct

Q4: Correct

Q7: Correct

Score: 4 points

Q1. Because number 9 is not a prime number as it has more than 2 factors

ReplyDeleteQ2. Number 2 is even and is a prime number

Q3. No. Number 2 is a prime number and is even

Q7. You can compare the largest prime number with the smallest composite number.

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DeleteQ1: Correct. Good to enforce the fact that "9 is an odd number"

DeleteQ2: Correct

Q4: Correct

Q7: Elaborate or illustrate with an example.

Score: 3 points

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ReplyDeleteQ1 All odd numbers are prime.

ReplyDeleteA1 False. 9 is a odd number but it is a composite

Q2 All prime numbers are odd.

A2. False. 2 is a prime number which is also a even number

Q3. All even numbers are composite.

A3. False. 2 which is a even number is a prime.

Q7. A prime number is always smaller than a composite number.

Q7. False. A prime number like 17 is greater than 4 which is a composite

Q1: Correct

DeleteQ2: Correct

Q4: Correct

Q7: Correct

Score: 4 points

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