Not if you multiply them.
No it can not
The 625th prime number is equal to 4637.
Itself because 37 is a prime number
A prime number
37 = 37. No other number (prime number or otherwise) is equal to 37.
No prime number can equal 13, 5, 31, 7, 53 and etc.
A balanced prime number is a prime number that is equal distance from the last prime before it and the next prime after it. Example: 53 is a balanced prime. The last prime number before it was 47 and the next prime after it is 59. (53 - 47) and (59 - 53) both equal 6, so 53 is a balanced prime.
the two prime numbers will be factors of that number, which would make that number a composite number
The prime number (factor) of 289 is: 17
The only number that equals 80 is 80, and it's not a prime number.