Q: What are the two prime numbers whose product is 141?

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141 is a composite numbers. Its factors are 1, 3, 47, and 141.

151 is the 36th prime number.

The prime factorization of 141 is 47*2.

47*3 = 141 therefore not a prime number

141 is a composite because 1, 3, and 47 goes in it

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141 is a composite numbers. Its factors are 1, 3, 47, and 141.

There are an infinite number of square numbers and prime numbers whose sums are a prime number. Examples are 202 + 103 = 503, 22 + 13 = 17, 102 + 601 = 701, 22 + 163 = 167, 42 + 141 = 157, etc.

151 is the 36th prime number.

The prime factors of 1,269 are: 3 and 47. (3 x 47 = 141)

The prime numbers between 141 and 181 are 149, 151, 157, 163 ,167, 173, and 179.

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This is known as expressing 1911 in terms of its prime factors. 1911 = 3 x 7 x 7 x 13 = 3 x 72 x 13

The numbers are 45, 47, and 49.

141 has two prime factors, one composite factor and one that is neither.

141 is a composite number. A prime number has only 2 factors which are 1 and itself. Composite numbers are everything else except 1 and 0. 1 and 0 have a different name.

The prime factorization of 141 is 47*2.