A prime number is one that only has factors of 1 and its self (3 is a prime number because you can only multiply 1 and 3 to get it). Since you can multiply 1 and 68, 2 and 34 or 4 and 17 to get 68 it is not a prime number.
No, it is not. The number is divisible by 3 for instance (it is equal to 3 x 411522630032921810704115226300329218107).
You could be 60.
1597 is a prime number. You cannot multiply prime numbers to create another prime number.
41 is a prime number so there is no answer.
How about: 60
No prime numbers equal 84. The only number equal to 84 is 84,and it isn't a prime number.The prime factors of 84 are: 1, 2, 2, 3, and 7
The prime factorization of a number is all the prime numbers which, when multiplied by each other, equal the number. The prime factorization of 93 is 3 x 31, because 3 and 31 are both prime numbers which, when multiplied by each other equal 93.
It is when the prime factors of whole number are multiplied together that they equal that number. For example the prime factors of 21 are 3 and 7 so 3*7 = 21
My prime factors are 2 3 and 5 and I am a number between 58 and 68 .What number am I? The answer defenitly isn't replacing the question but with "i's" instead...idiot.
Actually, two prime numbes time each other equal 33. They are 3 times 11.
No. It is a composite number. It is equal to 3 x 2063 (a large prime). By its form, you can see that it is likely divisible by 3 (6, 18, 9).