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The two prime numbers that are factors of 55 are 11 and 5.

Q: What are the two prime numbers of 55?

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5 and 11

5 x 11

52 and 55

5 x 11 = 55

Any number that ends with 5 is a multiple of 5.

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5 and 11

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The odd composite numbers between 50 and 60 are 51, 55, and 57. Because all the primes are odd except for 2 and adding two odd numbers will result in an even number, one of the two prime numbers must be 2, which when added to an odd number will result in an odd number. So, we subtract 2 from each of these numbers and check whether it is prime. 51 - 2 = 49, which is not prime. 55 - 2 = 53, which is prime. 57 - 2 = 55, which is not prime. Thus, the number is 55, which can be written as 2 + 53.

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