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The only Prime number that is an even number is 2, and there is no prime number that can be multiplied by 2 that gives 44 as the product.

Q: What two prime numbers multiply to get 44?

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As a product of its prime factors: 2*2*11 = 44

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To find the primes that equal a number, start with any factor pair of the number and keep factoring the composite factors until all factors are prime. 44 2 x 22 2 x 2 x 11 = 44 The two prime numbers that equal 44 are 2 (twice) and 11.

2 x 2 x 11 = 44 (you didn't specify whether each of the three number have to be different).

Either 22 times 2 or 4 times 11.

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As a product of its prime factors: 2*2*11 = 44

I assume you are asking the question "what two prime numbers sum to 44". There may be other pairs of prime numbers that sum to 44, but 37 and 7 are both primes and their sum = 44.

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The question has several answers: {3,41}, {7,37} and {13,31}

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The prime numbers (factors) of 44 are: 2 and 11

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Every counting number(except 1) can be expressed as product of prime numbers. So 44 can be expressed as product of prime numbers: 44 = 2x2x11 = 22x11.

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