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# Is 132 the sum of two odd primes?

# What is the sum of two odd numbers?

The sum of two odd numbers is always an even number

# The sum of two consecutive odd numbers is the square of the product of the first and fourth prime numbers what are the two odd numbers?

Let n = smallest of the odd numbers, then let n+2 = the larger of the two numbers (Remember, 1 is not a prime number.) n+ n+2 = {(2)(7)}2 2n +2 = 142… 2n = 196 -2 2n = 194 n = 97 n + 2 = 99

# What is the answer to the sum of two odd numbers and get the answer to be odd?

WRONG odd + odd = even

# What are two odd numbers with an odd sum?

there isn't any

# Express 36 as the sum of two odd primes?

7 & 29, 13 & 23, 17 & 19...

# What's a counterexample to the statement that all odd numbers can be expressed as the sum of two primes?

There is a simple counterexample: the number 1: 1 is an odd numberthe first prime is 2 (not 1, see below) which is bigger than 1 so 1 cannot possibly be the sum of two primes…. There are plenty of other counterexamples: The sum of two odd numbers is even;All prime numbers except 2 are odd;When adding two prime numbers together, to get an odd result one of them must be even, namely 2;So any odd number that is 2 more than a composite number will not be expressible as the sum of two primes. examples: 11, 17, 23, 27, 29, 35, 37, ... Another counterexample is the number 3: 3 is an odd number3 can only be made by 2 + 11 is not a prime (see below) A prime number is a number that has exactly 2 distinct (different) factors. The number 1 has only 1 distinct factor (the number 1) and so is not a prime number; the first prime number is 2.

# Can an odd number be written as the sum of two primes?

If someone says it can't, here's a counter-example. 2 + 3 = 5 This is not a proof.

# Express the following as the sum of two odd primes 44 46 24 18?

44=41+3 46=41+5 24=11+13 18=11+7

# What are two prime numbers whose sum is an odd number?

2 is the only even prime number, and it can be added to several odd numbers to make another prime number. For example: 5 + 2 = 7 11 + 2 = 13 17 + 2 = 19 … 41 + 2 = 43

# What 3 prime numbers have the sum of 132?

3 prime numbers which have the sum of 132: 2 + 3 + 127 2 + 17 + 113

# How many ways can 84 be written as the sum of two odd prime numbers?

8 ways: 5 + 79, 11 + 73, 13 + 71, 23 + 61, 31 + 53, 37 + 47, 41 + 43 Ignoring the commutative property of addition and considering "5 + 79" different to "79 + 5", a further 8… ways making 16 ways in total are possible by reversing the order of the numbers in each of the above additions.

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# What is the method to find the sum of two odd primes as 36?

trial and error, also called guess and check, but not quite let x = 1st odd prime, and y = 2nd odd prime the y can be 1,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23,29,31 then x+y = 36, or x = 36 - y…, by substitution x = 36 - 1 = 35 not prime so not a solution x = 36 - 3 = 33 not prime x = 36 - 5 = 31 prime x = 36 - 7 = 29 prime x = 36 - 11 = 25 not prime x = 36 - 13 = 23 prime x = 36 - 17 = 19 prime x = 36 - 19 = 17 prime (but a repeat of another solution) so (5+31), and (7+29), and (13+23), and (17+19) are all solutions For your question about the method, maybe it is called the method of exhaustion. List all possibilities for one number and exhaust (solve and check) for all other solutions.

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# What is the sum of the first two prime factors of 132?

That depends on where you start and in what direction you proceed.If you list the prime factors in the order from smallest tolargest, then the first two are 2 and 3, and their… sum is 5.

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# Odds Rolling prime number sum with roll of two dice?

The probability is 5/12.

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# What are the two prime numbers whose sum is 132?

How about: 127+5 = 132

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# Express 54 as the sum of two odd primes?

23 + 31 = 54