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Q: How can you multiply prime numbers and get 27?

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No, neither 27 nor 57 are prime numbers.

Prime factorization of 27 = 3x3x3

The multiplication answer of the prime numbers, so if you multiply them, the answer is called the product

30=2x3x5

multiply these prime numbers together to get your answer

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As a product of its prime factors in exponents: 27*3 = 384

Prime numbers are multiplied together in the same way as any integers may be multiplied together.

No, neither 27 nor 57 are prime numbers.

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Neither 27 nor 52 are prime numbers. Both are composite numbers, instead.

There are no such two prime numbers, as 167 is a prime number itself.

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How about: 3*9 = 27 or 1*27 = 27

prime factor of 27 : 3factors of 27: 1, 3, 9, 27

23 and 27 are prime numbers whereas 36 and 39 are composite numbers.

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