All prime numbers except for 2 are odd. The sum of any two odd numbers is even. Therefore, unless 85 is prime (it's not) or -2 is, (it's not) there aren't two prime numbers that will equal 87.
For two numbers to equal an odd number, you need one to be even and the other odd. In this case, we want both to be prime. The only even prime number is 2. Therefore, the other number must be 23. This is prime, and so yes, 2 prime numbers can equal 25, however 2 and 23 are the only possible pair.
There are no two prime numbers that multiply to 24. You need four numbers (even though one appears 3 times).
There are no other prime numbers that are even but 2.
There are no even prime numbers in that range.
No, prime numbers are the numbers that can be divisible by itself. The only even prime number is 2.
The only even prime number is 2.
There aren't any. 2 is the only even prime number, so no other even numbers can be prime. There can be no even numbers between 30 and 50 that are prime.
All prime numbers are not odd numbers. 2 is an even prime number, and it is the only even prime number because all other even numbers have 2 as one of their factors.
Most prime numbers are odd. The only even prime number is 2.
The only even number that is prime is 2. No other even numbers can be prime because 2 is a factor of them. Prime numbers can have only two factors: 1 and itself.
No. There is only one even number that is prime and that is 2.