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Q: What two prime numbers added together equal 51?

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two prime numbers when added together will equal 63: 2 + 61

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2 + 37 + 41 + 47 + 53 = 180

No two prime numbers added together have a sum of 97. All primes except the number 2 are odd numbers, and two odd numbers added together always produce an even sum.

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You don't always. 2 + 5 = 7, for example. But all prime numbers other than 2 are odd and two odd numbers always equal an even number when added together.

Given that the total you are looking for is even, and that you are looking for three numbers in your solution, one of the numbers has to be 2 - otherwise, three odd numbers added together would always equal an odd number. The other two numbers in the sum are 37 and 61.

2 and 11 are the prime numbers that when multiplied together equal 22.

You don't always. 2 + 5 = 7, for example. But all prime numbers other than 2 are odd and two odd numbers always equal an even number when added together.

To find the sum of the first ten prime numbers, you first have to find what the first 10 prime numbers are. They are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, and 29. Added together they equal 129.

There are no two prime numbers in which a product of 100 is possible.