Q: What two prime numbers equal 150?

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No two prime numbers satisfy that request.

The product of the two prime numbers 2 and 11 is 22.

The prime factorization of 58 is: 2 x 29, so 2 and 29 are the two prime numbers that equal 58.

No, the product of two prime numbers is unique.

37 and 61 are two prime numbers having the sum of 98.

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No it can not

19 and 11 are the two prime numbers that equal to 209.

No two prime numbers satisfy that request.

There are two prime numbers that equals 50. The two numbers are 13 & 37. Both numbers are prime, so that's the answer.

I guess the only prime numbers that equal 231 are two and 229.

two prime numbers when added together will equal 63: 2 + 61

No two prime numbers satisfy that request.

The product of the two prime numbers 2 and 11 is 22.

The prime factorization of 58 is: 2 x 29, so 2 and 29 are the two prime numbers that equal 58.

All prime numbers except for 2 are odd. The sum of any two odd numbers is even. Therefore, unless 85 is prime (it's not) or -2 is, (it's not) there aren't two prime numbers that will equal 87.

Well, two prime numbers added together to equal six are 3 and 3, and 5 and 1. Two prime numbers multiplied together to equal six are 3 and 2.

There are no two prime numbers that equal 121. 121 is not a prime number itself, but is a product of 11*11.