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Q: What 2 prime numbers do you multiply to equal 35?

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You can multiply 5 and 7 to get to 35. (5x7=35)

Prime numbers only have two factors, one and themselves. If you multiply two prime numbers together, the new number will also have the two prime numbers as factors, making it composite. Try it out. 5 and 7 are prime. 35 is composite.

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