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Q: What two prime numbers make up 169?

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There are two prime numbers with squares between 100 and 300. These prime numbers are 11 and 13. (112 = 121 and 132 = 169.)

How about: 13 times 13 = 169

The factors of 169 are 1, 13, and 169, and the prime factors are 13 x 13. 169 is the product of 1 x 169 or of the prime factors 13 x 13.

2 and 17

13*31=403 13 and 31 are prime numbers.

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There are two prime numbers with squares between 100 and 300. These prime numbers are 11 and 13. (112 = 121 and 132 = 169.)

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How about: 13 times 13 = 169

The factors of 169 are 1, 13, and 169, and the prime factors are 13 x 13. 169 is the product of 1 x 169 or of the prime factors 13 x 13.

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