It is not possible to multiply two prime numbers and get 90. You can add 43 and 47.
16prime + prime = (sum) sum is 16or13 + 3 =16
2, 3, and 13 are all prime numbers and their sum is equal to 18.
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.
The sum of the prime numbers 11 and 53 equals 64.
2 and 467 are two prime numbers whose sum is 469.
37 and 61 are two prime numbers having the sum of 98.
That isn't possible. The sum of three odd numbers will always be odd. You can make the sum of 3 prime numbers equal to 32 if one of them is 2 (which is not odd).
2, 7, and 89 are three prime numbers whose sum is 98.
The sum of the prime numbers from 1 to 12 is equal to 2 + 3 + 5 + 7 + 11 = 28.
Sum of first 7 prime numbers is equal to 2+3+5+7+11+13+17 = 58.
Sum of 3, 19 & 23 is equal to 45.
Two prime numbers such that their sum is 22:- i) 19 and 3 ii) 17 and 5 If we don't consider the prime numbers to be distinct then 11 and 11 is also a solution.
How about: 101+23 = 124
no 2 is a prime number
The sum of the prime numbers 2, 5, and 61 is 68.
All prime numbers except for 2 are odd. The sum of any two odd numbers is even. Therefore, unless 85 is prime (it's not) or -2 is, (it's not) there aren't two prime numbers that will equal 87.
The sum of the first two prime numbers is 5.
which three prime numbers have a sum of 59
29 + 2 is equal to 31. Both 29 and 2 are prime.
You can't write that as the sum of two prime numbers. Note: Goldbach's Conjecture (for expressing numbers as the sum of two prime numbers) applies to EVEN numbers.
There are no two primes whose sum is 221.
There are no two primes whose sum is 209.
The prime numbers 3 an 7 are both odd and sum to 10.
The first prime numbers are 2 and 3. Their sum is 5.