If \(x\) is an integer greater than zero but less than integer \(n,\) is \(x\) is a factor of \(n?\)

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If \(x\) is an integer greater than zero but less than integer \(n,\) is \(x\) is a factor of \(n?\)

(1) \(n\) is divisible by all integers less than \(10.\)
(2) \(x\) is not a multiple of a prime number.

Answer: B

Source: Princeton Review