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Q: What two prime numbers have a sum of 62?

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How about: 31+31 = 62

35+27=62

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

There are two consecutive even numbers. The numbers are 62 and 64.

51 and 62

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

The numbers are 62 and 64.

43 and 19

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

The two numbers are 52 + 62 = 25 + 36 = 61

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.

They are 2 and 31

No.

62 + 72 = 85

76 - 14 = 62; 62/2 = 31; 31 + 14 = 45 which is 76 - 31.

a + a+3 = 65 2a = 62 a=31 so the other must be 34

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

They are: 62+82+19 = 119

Try system.X + Y = 62X - Y = 36X + Y = 62- (X - Y = 36)X + Y = 62- X + Y = - 36------------------------------add2Y = 26Y = 13==============The numbers.

61 & 62

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

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