Number theory gets a workout in an activity that asks individuals to identify and color code the prime numbers and the composite numbers in the provided graphic.
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- The answer key page includes answers for activities that are not included here in addition to answers for this particular task
- The worksheet provides kids practice identifying prime and composite numbers
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