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Composite Numbers Test
Interactive Game on Composite Numbers
Here is an interactive game to help you learn about
composite numbers
and, therefore,
prime numbers
.
Pop the bubbles with composite numbers to collect red hearts. You need five to win.
If a bubble with a composite number reaches the top, you will lose a red heart.
Do not pop the bubbles with prime numbers (i.e., non-composite numbers). If you pop one, you will lose one of your three lives.
Good luck!
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