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Q: What are two prime numbers that are equal to 42?

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21 and 6 are two composite numbers that have 42 as a common multiple. One of the prime factors of 42, which is 3, is a prime factor of 21 and 6 as well. The prime factorization of 42 (2 x 3 x 7) includes the prime factorization of 21 (3 x 7) and 6 (2 x 3).

Three prime numbers whose sum is 42 are 23, 17 and 2

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