No two prime numbers can make 30.No two prime numbers can make 30.No two prime numbers can make 30.No two prime numbers can make 30.
2 and 17
1 x 117, 3 x 39, 9 x 13 = 117
There are no two prime numbers in which a product of 100 is possible.
9*13 = 117
117 is not a prime number because it has more than two factors. It is divisible by 3, 1, 117, 39 etc.
If you mean two consecutive odd numbers then they are 117 and 119
I might be reading this incorrectly, but it seems to me that I can take two prime numbers, 3 and 3, and make the square number nine out of them. This is also true of all the other prime numbers.
Yes, it can. Examples are 2 and 5 to make 10 and 2 and 7 to make 14. If your question was if they could make an even prime number, the answer is no. Two is the only even prime number.
The prime numbers 2 and 3 have 6 as their product when multiplied.
3 and 23 are two prime numbers having a sum of 26.
The two numbers are 6 and 9
It is impossible for the product of two prime numbers to be prime. It is impossible for the sum of two prime numbers to be prime as long as one of the numbers isn't 2.
They are: 9*13 = 117 and 117/9 = 13
The product of all pairs of prime numbers is always the least common multiple of the two prime numbers.
13*31=403 13 and 31 are prime numbers.
5 and 3 are two prime numbers which on adding give 8.
111 = 3*37
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.
1 and 117, or 3 and 39, etc
The GCF of two prime numbers is 1.
3 and 53
79 and 5
2 and 17
5 and 8