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Q: What two prime numbers add up to 62?

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How about: 31+31 = 62

19 and 43 are two primes having 62 as their sum.

The prime factorization of 62 is 2 x 31, so the prime numbers of 62 are 2 and 31.

As a product of its prime factors: 2*31 = 62

No, 62 can be divided by 31 twice, so it is composite and not prime. All whole numbers ending in two (except the number 2) are composite.

There are no two whole numbers which when squared sum to 62. There are infinitely may pairs of irrational numbers that when squared sum to 62, eg 1 and √61, 2 and √58

They are 2 and 31

No.

35+27=62

62 is composite because it can be multiplied by one and other numbers. 1*62=62, 2*31, 62*1=62 if it was prime, then it would just be 1*62=62.

62 of them.

31 and 2

They are 59 and 61

62+1=63 63=63 check!

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-62 and 70

They are: 62+82+19 = 119

19 is prime number. 10, 21 and 62 are composite numbers.

44 62 35 17 26 53 Six numbers add up to 8

NO. The product of any two prime numbers are not always odd.Examples:2 x 3 = 62 x 5 = 102 x 11 = 22

23 and 31 are prime. 36, 62 and 87 are composite.

The question is incomplete. A single number cannot be relatively prime. Two numbers are relatively prime *to each other* if their only common factor is 1, such as the numbers 21 and 11. A similar question would be "How far is it to London?" You need to know the other piece of information such as "From where?" Now, 62 is going to be relatively prime to many numbers, since it only has factors of 2 and 31, so all odd numbers that are not multiples of 31 are going to be relatively prime to 62.

No prime power exists since there are no duplicate prime numbers in the prime factorization.

62 is composite. All positive, whole numbers greater than two and ending in 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8 are composite.