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There is no correct answer to this question, because it is nonsensical.

The question asks for a largest prime number. By definition, a Prime number is NOT the product of 2 (or more) prime numbers. So it is nonsensical to ask for any prime number that is the product of 2 prime numbers.

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Q: What is the largest prime number less than 500 that is the product of 2 prime numbers?

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