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Q: Can two even numbers make 23?

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You can't add any two even numbers to get 23.You can't subtract any two even numbers to get 23.You can't multiply any two even numbers to get 23.About the only thing you can do is divide, like 46 divided by 2, or 92 divided by 4, etc.There are an infinite number of those that work.

23 is odd. A sum of two even numbers never makes an odd number. Likewise, no sum of two odd numbers makes an odd number. 23 can only be made by adding an odd and an even number.

They are 23 and 5

11

The even numbers between 23 and 27 are 24 , 26.

Yes, if you add 22 and 1, for example.

3 & 23 are the numbers you're looking for ! 3 x 23 = 69

23 and 46 have a GCF of 23.

3 and 23 are two prime numbers having a sum of 26.

as 132 is an even number at least one of the two numbers must also be even 12 + 11 = 23 12 x 11 = 132

25 = 23 + 2

There are three: 2, 5 and 23.

No, it cannot be done. As 23 is odd, two numbers used would have to be one odd and one even. As 2 is the only even prime number and 21 + 2 equals 23, but 21 is not a prime number, it cannot be done.

An infinite amount of different numbers can be use to make the number 23

As a product of its prime factors: 2 times 23 = 46

22 + 1 = 23

1 x 23

The two numbers are 8 and 15

Two of them.

You take the two middle numbers and find their mean. for example: if you have the numbers: 4, 7, 16, 23, 27, 29, 34, 45 Then take the two middle numbers ( which in this case are 23 and 27). Add them together 23+ 27= 50 Finally, you divide the sum by 2: 50\2= 25 Then, there's your answer.

The numbers are 23 and 24.

The two numbers are 9 and 23. 23-9 = 14 23-(2*9) = 5

The sum of two odd numbers never makes an odd number. Only the sum of an odd number and an even number makes an odd number.

88 is the sum of those two numbers.

Only 1 and 23 since 23 is a prime number.

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