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Q: What is a prime number between 48 and 58?

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53

53 is the only prime number between 48 and 58.

It is 53

All of the other numbers in that range have more than two factors.

It is: 53

The prime numbers are 53 and 59. Add them and you get 112.

My prime factors are 2 3 and 5 and I am a number between 58 and 68 .What number am I? The answer defenitly isn't replacing the question but with "i's" instead...idiot.

41 43 47 53.

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2 and 29 are the prime factors of 58.

A prime number can only be divided by itself or 1. 58 is an even number (it can be divided by 2) therefore it can not be a prime number.

The greatest prime number between 1 and 30 is 29. 58 has 29 as a factor.

You could be 60.

It is termed as a prime factor. 2 and 29 are the prime factors of 58

2 x 29 = 58

58

58 is a composite number. The prime factors of 58 are 1, 2, 29, and itself. Well, at least I think it is.

58+58+48=164

How about: 60

58 2, 29 Stop when the number is prime.

no it can be divided by 2 and 29

2 x 29 = 58. Since 2 and 29 are both prime, that's the prime factorization.

That number is 29.

58 = 2 x 29