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Q: Find two numbers with a sum of 47?

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The numbers are 26 and 21

How about: 47+47 = 94

Numbers are 47 and 48

The numbers are 53 and 47

47 and 53

The numbers are 53 and 47

It cannot be. If 47 is the sum of two prime numbers, one must be an even number and one must be an odd number, because that is the only way to have a sum that is an odd number, such as 47. The only even prime number is 2. The number that with 2 will have a sum of 47 is 45. However, 45 is not a prime number. Therefore, there are not two prime numbers that have a sum of 47.

53 + 5 47 + 11

47 and 2

47+53

41 + 47

How about: 37+47 = 84

47 + 72 = 119.

The two numbers are: 53 and 47 because 53+47 = 100 and 53-47 = 6

An example of two numbers which add together to make 100 are 47 and 53.

The numbers are 45, 46 and 47.

There is no set of two consecutive even numbers that total -96. There is only a set of odds. The numbers are -49 and -47.

It is not possible to multiply two prime numbers and get 90. You can add 43 and 47.

They are: 71+(-24) = 47

Their sum is 464.

47/2 = 23.5 so 0.5 either side of 23.5 is 23 + 24

47 & 53. (Is that "larger" than 3 & 97?)

The prime numbers between 40 and 50 are: 41, 43, 47 The sum of these primes is 41 + 43 + 47 = 131

28712, If you include the 47. 28665 If you don't.