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39 is the product when the two prime numbers 3 and 13 are multiplied.

29 and 59 are prime numbers.

The prime numbers (factors) of 39 are: 3 and 13

The prime factors of 39 are 3 and 13.

13 and 3The prime numbers (factors) of 39 are: 3 and 13

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39 is the product when the two prime numbers 3 and 13 are multiplied.

They are: 3*13 = 39

They are: 2+37 = 39

29 and 59 are prime numbers.

The prime numbers (factors) of 39 are: 3 and 13

No 36 & 39 are not prime.

29 is prime but 39 is composite

741 results from the following multiplications of two numbers: 1 * 741 (1 is not prime) 3 * 247 (247 is not prime) 13 * 57 (57 is not prime) 19 * 39 (39 is not prime) There are no two prime numbers that when multiplied equal 741. 3 * 13 * 19 equals 741, and all three of those numbers are prime.

The product of its prime factors which are: 3*13 = 39

No because they are both composite numbers having more than two factors whereas prime numbers have only two factors

13 is a prime number and 39 isint a prime number

23 and 27 are prime numbers whereas 36 and 39 are composite numbers.

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