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Q: What is the sum of 50 and 47?

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50 is not a prime number.47, 53, 59 are.Therefore 47 + 59 = 106

100/2 = 50 6/2 = 3 50 - 3 = 47 50 + 3 = 53 53 - 47 = 6 53 + 47 = 100

They are: 43+47 = 90

The prime numbers between 40 and 50 are 41, 43, 47. So their sum is 131.

47 + 3 = 50, 43 + 7 = 50, 37 + 13 = 50, and 31 + 19 = 50. 4 pairs of prime numbers have a sum of 50. 53 + 7 = 60, 47 + 13 = 60, 43 + 17 = 60, 41 + 19 = 60, 37 + 23 = 60, and 31 + 29 = 60. 6 pairs of prime numbers have a sum of 60.

The prime number is 47 and 4+7 = 11

199 31+37+41+43+47=199

Why, that's just 6 times the sum of the numbers from 1 to 50 !The sum of the numbers from 1 to 50 is:1 + 50 = 512 + 49 = 513 + 48 = 514 + 47 = 515 + 46 = 51...etc. There are 25 pairs, and each pair sums to 51. So the sum of 1 ... 50 is (25 x 51) = 1,275.The sum of the first 50 multiples of 6 is (1,275 x 6) = 7,650.

47 as a percentage of 50 = 100 * (47/50) = 94%

47/50 = 100*47/50 % = 94%

47 + 74 = 121

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