Q: What are the prime numbers if the product is 1955 and the prime numbers are less than 30?

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1955 = 5 * 17 * 23

The product of the prime numbers less than 100 is 2.3055679639455188e+36

30, 42, and 70

The primes less than 10 are 2,3,5 and 7 with a product of 210.

41 and 37

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As a product of its prime factors: 5*17*23 = 1955

5*17*23 = 1955

1955 = 5 * 17 * 23

5, 17 and 23

Use a factor tree. 1955 391,5 23,17,5

Well, well, well, look at you trying to stump me. The prime numbers less than 30 that multiply to 1955 are 5, 13, and 31. Yep, you heard me right, 31 is not less than 30, but it sure is a prime number that gets the job done.

The product of the prime numbers less than 100 is 2.3055679639455188e+36

No

They are: 5*17*23 = 1955

If the GCF of a given pair of numbers is 1, the LCM will be equal to their product. If the GCF is greater than 1, the LCM will be less than their product. Or, stated another way, if the two numbers have no common prime factors, their LCM will be their product.

It is impossible for three prime numbers less than 30 to add up to 1955. After all, 30+30+30 is only 90.

No