17 and 3 are two prime numbers whose sum is 20. Their product is 51.
There is no product of prime numbers building 66. The sum of prime number is doing it: 13 +53 = 66
There are no such numbers.
The sum of three odd numbers will be odd, whether they are prime or not. The sum of three prime numbers can be even as long as one of them is 2.
There are no two numbers whose product is 23 and whose sum is 10. 23 is a prime number, and the only numbers whose product is 23 are 23 and 1. A prime number can only be divided by itself and 1.
Not possible in whole numbers
That isn't possible. The sum of three odd numbers will always be odd. You can make the sum of 3 prime numbers equal to 32 if one of them is 2 (which is not odd).
30 - 31 = -1
2 3 5 7 11 Sum: 28 Product: 2310
the answer is prime
The smallest four prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, 7, and their sum happens to be a prime.
No - the product of numbers is the answer to a multiplication sum, while the sum of numbers is the answer to an addition sum.
You can't write that as the sum of two prime numbers. Note: Goldbach's Conjecture (for expressing numbers as the sum of two prime numbers) applies to EVEN numbers.
3 and 61 is one possible answer.
The sum of the first two prime numbers is 5.
which three prime numbers have a sum of 59
It is not possible to multiply two prime numbers and get 90. You can add 43 and 47.
Prime numbers only have one prime factor. The factors of 11 are 1 and 11 but only 11 is considered prime. One is the other factor and it is neither prime nor composite. The only prime number with a prime factor that totals 11 is 11.
There are not three prime numbers that have the sum of 3. The smallest prime number is 2. If all three prime numbers were 2, the sum would 2 + 2 + 2 = 6, so that is the smallest number that is the sum of three prime numbers.
the sum of the first 15 prime numbers is 328 .
The first prime numbers are 2 and 3. Their sum is 5.