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Learning CS and Math with Robotics
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Prime vs Composite
Prime vs Composite
Your class is playing baseball. You are to divide your class into groups of equal number of students (more than 1 group and more than 1 student per group). Given the numbers of people in your class, determine whether the task is possible by determining whether the number is prime or composite or neither.
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