5 and 3 are two numbers less than 7, whose difference is 2.
The prime numbers 2 and 3.
There are four pair of mirror primes.
How about: 97+11 = 108 or 79+29 = 108
2 and 3 No other pair.
The numbers are 13 and 41. And you do not need to know that they are prime in order to find the answer. The sum (54) and difference (28) provide all the necessary information.
There are infinitely many expressions that simplify to any particular number; for example: any two numbers which, when added, give 24, any two numbers whose difference is 24, any two numbers whose product is 24, etc.
72 and 96. Select any two co-prime numbers - for example 3 and 4. Then 24 multiplied by these will give a pair of numbers whose GCF is 24.
Greater than one, numbers are either composite or prime, never both.
Square numbers can't be prime. They have too many factors.
The list is far too long to list here (millions of them); a search on "list of prime numbers" can quickly give you the desired prime numbers.
Actually 2x2x5x7x11 is a prime factorization and on multiplying these numbers we get 1540. Prime factorization of a number is the prime numbers which on multiplying together give that number.
The smallest example of such a situation is: 3*7*11*13*37=111111
Subtract 36 from 60, that give you 24. Divide 24 in half that gives you 12. Add 36 to 12. 12 and 48.
you need to give some numbers? The question does not make sense as it is
The prime factorization for 18 is: 2 x 9 2 x 3 x 3, so the two prime numbers that give you 18 are 2 and 3.