Q: Which two prime numbers less than 100 give the product 1517?

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Greater than one, numbers are either composite or prime, never both.

The list is far too long to list here (millions of them); a search on "list of prime numbers" can quickly give you the desired prime numbers.

Actually 2x2x5x7x11 is a prime factorization and on multiplying these numbers we get 1540. Prime factorization of a number is the prime numbers which on multiplying together give that number.

Okay. Give us a pair of numbers.

Six twos.

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2 * 7 * 7 * 13 = 1274

if divide the prime numbers by the compositenumber it will give you a greater number that is either a prime number or composite.

Express them as a product of their prime factors; give the prime factorization. Example: 2 x 3 x 5 x 7 = 210

3,5and11

As a product of its prime factors in exponents: 23*52 = 200

2 x 5 x 5 = 50

This question is based on a misunderstanding. Most cryptography is based on numbers that are products of two very large prime numbers. Being the product of two primes means that these numbers are composite - not prime!

The prime numbers 2 and 3.

Prime numbers are numbers that can only be multiplied by 1 and itself (whole numbers only) to give the same result 49 (7x7) and 81 (9x9) are not a prime number (perfect squares actually) 111 and 97 are a prime number (find me two numbers that gives the same product without using the number 1)

numbers that are multipied together to give a product are called factors

18 prime numbers

The same as with smaller numbers. Every composite number, no matter the size, can be expressed as the product of prime factors. Comparing prime factorizations will give you the GCF.