(2) If you are required to justify your answer in the following, what would you do?
(What are the additional steps/ information that you would include in your answer presentation)?

(1) The answer is wrong because the question is asking if the number is a prime or composite but he/she is not stating either of the options. ' No' also implies that the number is neither prime nor composite. (2) You write down one factor of the number besides one or itself if the number is a composite.

(a) "no" signifies that the answer is neither prime nor composite.

ReplyDelete(b) I could write out another number divisible by the question.

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(1) The answer is wrong because the question is asking if the number is a prime or composite but he/she is not stating either of the options. ' No' also implies that the number is neither prime nor composite.

ReplyDelete(2) You write down one factor of the number besides one or itself if the number is a composite.

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