Q: What are two prime numbers that are equal to 42?

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23 and 19

21 and 6 are two composite numbers that have 42 as a common multiple. One of the prime factors of 42, which is 3, is a prime factor of 21 and 6 as well. The prime factorization of 42 (2 x 3 x 7) includes the prime factorization of 21 (3 x 7) and 6 (2 x 3).

The prime numbers (factors) of 42 are: 2,3,7

37 and 5

58.5 & 16.5....

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They are: 37+5 = 42

23 and 19 are both prime numbers and they add up to 42.

21 and 21 equal 42.

No, 42 and 108 are not relatively prime. Two even numbers cannot be relatively prime.

42

23 and 19

30 and 42

37 and 5

37 + 5

The prime factors of 42 are: 2,3,7

21 and 6 are two composite numbers that have 42 as a common multiple. One of the prime factors of 42, which is 3, is a prime factor of 21 and 6 as well. The prime factorization of 42 (2 x 3 x 7) includes the prime factorization of 21 (3 x 7) and 6 (2 x 3).

Two (or four) digits added together cannot equal 42. Two-digit numbers multiplied together cannot equal 82.