Q: Are you able to write 14 as the sum of two prime numbers?

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37 + 3

13+3=16

79 + 19 + 2

37 + 5 31 + 11

It is impossible for the product of two prime numbers to be prime. It is impossible for the sum of two prime numbers to be prime as long as one of the numbers isn't 2.

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You can't write that as the sum of two prime numbers. Note: Goldbach's Conjecture (for expressing numbers as the sum of two prime numbers) applies to EVEN numbers.

37 + 3

Since there is an infinite set of prime numbers the answer would be infinity.

2 + 23 = 25

79 + 19 + 2

13+3=16

It is simply: 3+23 = 26 because 3 and 23 are prime numbers

37 + 5 31 + 11

The product of prime numbers for 336 is:2x2x2x2x3x7This is because all of that sum equals the total of 3362x2x2x3x7=336

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the sum of the first 15 prime numbers is 328 .