Composite-number

noun, Mathematics.
1.
a number that is a multiple of at least two numbers other than itself and 1.
noun
1.
a positive integer that can be factorized into two or more other positive integers Compare prime number
composite number
(kəm-pŏz’ĭt)
An integer that can be divided by at least one other integer besides itself and 1 without leaving a remainder. 24 is a composite number since it can be divided by 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, and 12. No prime numbers are composite numbers. Compare prime number.

• Composite-photograph

noun 1. a photograph characterized by overlapping or juxtaposed images resulting from a multiple exposure or the combining of negatives (composite print) noun 1. a photograph formed by superimposing two or more separate photographs

• Composite particle

composite particle A subatomic particle that is composed of two or more elementary particles. The protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom are composite particles, as they are composed of quarks; electrons orbiting the nucleus are not composite particles. See also elementary particle, subatomic particle.

• Composite-print

noun 1. Movies. a positive print having the picture and soundtrack placed side by side on the same strand of film after all postproduction work on picture and sound has been completed. 2. Photography. See under . noun 1. a photograph characterized by overlapping or juxtaposed images resulting from a multiple exposure or the combining […]

• Composite-school