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Q: What 2 prime numbers multiplied equals 91?

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Assuming positive whole numbers, 7 x 13.

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91 is the product of two prime numbers: 7 and 13. Other than this, it cannot be divided into whole parts.

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91 is the only composite factor of 91. 7 and 13 are prime.

91 x 1 or 13 x7

7 x 11 = 77 7 x 13 = 91

127 is prime. 91 has more than two factors.

91 is one of the numbers which has prime factors. 91=13 x 7. Here, 13 & 7 both are prime numbers.

They are: 7 times 13 = 91

Only 1 & 91. The number 91 is a prime.

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1 x 91, 7 x 13, 13 x 7, 91 x 1

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91 x 1 = 91. 13 x 7 = 91. Prime numbers are only divisible by themselves & 1. False 91 is not a prime number.

AS a product of its prime factors: 7*13 = 91

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91 = 7 x 13

7 x 13 = 91

Of the numbers in your question, three are prime, and one is composite. The three prime numbers are 13, 37, and 101, and the composite number is 91. 91 is equal to 13 x 7.

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No it is not because other numbers go in to it

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