Q: Is 27 and 57 a pair of prime numbers?

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There are three prime numbers between 57 and 69. They are 59, 61, and 67.

27, 57 and 77 are composite.

The numbers 47 and 53 are prime.

Prime factorization is the finding which prime number multiply to get to make the original number. 57: 1, 3, 19, 57 Prime Factors: 3, 19 3 x 19 = 57

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No, and 57 is not a prime number.

To find out the GCF of two numbers, you first split them into their prime factors: 57 = 3x19 27 = 3x3x3 The next step is to identify any common factors. In this case, both numbers have a single 3 as a prime factor. Thus, the greatest common factor of 57 and 27 is 3.

57 is divisible by the prime numbers of 3 and 19

57=3x19

57=3x19

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There are three prime numbers between 57 and 69. They are 59, 61, and 67.

3 x 19 = 57

27, 57 and 77 are composite.

Prime, composite, prime.

The numbers 47 and 53 are prime.

67 is a prime number but 57 and 91 are both composite numbers