2 and 17
No two prime numbers can add to 119.
No two prime numbers satisfy that request.
53 and 3 are two prime numbers that add up to 56
You can not add two positive prime numbers and get zero.
There are no prime numbers greater than 10 that add up to 29. Since all prime numbers greater than 2 are odd numbers, no two prime numbers greater than 2 can have an even number for their sum.
The only way two prime numbers add up to an odd number is if one of them is 2. Since 95 isn't prime, there is no solution.
All of the prime numbers (except 2) are odd. The sum of any two prime numbers (except 2) will be even. Unless 245 is a prime number (it isn't) your question does not have a solution.
How about: 191+5 = 196 which are both prime numbers
23 and 19 are both prime numbers and they add up to 42.
The sum of two prime numbers will be composite unless one of the prime numbers is 2.
If you're talking about which two prime numbers added together equals to 19, then the answer is 2 and 17. They are both prime numbers, and they add up to be 19.
It is not possible to multiply two prime numbers and get 90. You can add 43 and 47.
When you add two or more prime numbers you will only end up with a whole number and not a decimal number.
This is false. 3 + 4= 7. But two numbers (besides the number itself and 1) times each ather are never prime. This is how we get prime numbers.
The numbers 1, 2 or 3 are such numbers.
The first two prime numbers add up to another prime number.
For two primes to add up to an odd number, one of them has to be two. 33 isn't prime, so there is no solution.
No, they do not. If one of the prime numbers is 2, you will have an odd number.
You can get another prime (only if one of the numbers added is 2), for example, 101 + 2 = 103. If you add together two odd prime numbers, you will get an even number, which will not be a prime number. (An even number is a number that is divisible by 2; if such a number is greater than 2, it is not a prime number.)
13 and 2
There is no such pair.
11 and 13