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Q: What two prime numbers equal 32?

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How about: 3+29 = 32

It is impossible to write 90 as the product of two prime factors. 90 is equal to 2 x 32 x 5.

Five twos.

2, 7 and 23

27 + 3 + 2

It is: 29+3 = 32

There is no possible answer since 32 has only one prime factor.

13 and 19

14 & 32

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-30

no 32 is not a prime number

In this case, two numbers are possible. The numbers which satisfy the above criteria are 32 and -32.

They don't exist. 45 = 3*3*5 = 32*5.

How about: 2*16 = 32 as an example

There is only one number that equals 32. The number is . . . . . 32 .

The prime factor of 32 is: 2

That isn't possible. The sum of three odd numbers will always be odd. You can make the sum of 3 prime numbers equal to 32 if one of them is 2 (which is not odd).

How about: 30+2 = 32 as one example

There are five prime numbers in the factorization of 32; all twos.

Neither of these numbers are prime. The only even prime number is two.

32 and 25

No. For example, 61 is a prime number; 16 is not a prime number.

3 + 29 = 32 13 + 19 = 32 15 + 17 = 32

29+3 = 32 and 29+7 = 36