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No, because 28 can only be calculated as a product in the following ways:

1 x 28

2 x 14

4 x 7

In the above cases, 28, 14 and 4 are all non-prime numbers, which means that 28 cannot be a product of 2 prime numbers alone.

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7mo ago

No, 28 is not a product of prime numbers. It can be expressed as the product of the prime numbers 2 and 14, but 14 is not a Prime number.

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