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Q: How many even integers greater than two and less than twenty are equal in value to the sum of two prime numbers?

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No. "Natural numbers" only refers to integers greater or equal to zero, that is, non-negative integers.

Whole numbers are integers greater than or equal to zero.

Seven of them.

Prime numbers are integers. They won't equal a decimal.

The numbers are 62 and 64 are two consecutive integers that equal 126.

There are infinitely many of them.

There are no such integers.

Consecutive integers added or subtracted will turn out to be odd numbers. You can't make 8 with consecutive integers.

No. A negative integer raised to the third power will yield a negative number that is less than the integer. Only whole numbers (positive integers greater than or equal to 1) have the property where that integer raised to the third power is greater than or equal to the integer.

There are 80 such integers.

All integers are rational numbers, not all rational numbers are integers. Rational numbers can be expressed as fractions, p/q, where q is not equal to zero. For integers the denominator is 1. 5 is an integer, 2/3 is a fraction, both are rational.

There is no particular characteristic that is common to such numbers other than they are positive integers greater than or equal to 4.

Yes, they are.

The numbers are 9 and 10.

All integers {..., -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, ...} are rational numbers because they can be expressed as p/q where p and q are integers. Let p equal whatever the integer is and q equal 1. Then p/q = p/1 = p where p is any integer. Thus, all integers are rational numbers.

The same way you can tell with integers.

You can use the same symbols that you use to compare integers or decimals: equal, greater than, greater-than-or-equal, etc.

The numbers are 121, 122 and 123.

The numbers are 57 and 59.

The numbers are 311 and 313.

The numbers are 16 and 17.

If we just include natural numbers; i.e. integers greater than or equal to zero, then one thousand (1,000) would be the lowest (earliest) number with the letter a in it.

They equal a set of those three numbers. With no operation defined, they cannot equal anything else.

There is no systematic pattern: it can be smaller than, equal to or greater than one or both integers.

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