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use the sum of roots and product of roots formulae.

Know any two prime numbers with sum \(73\)?

I meant\[\dfrac{-(-146)}{2} = \alpha + \beta\]

ya its 73

but 2 prime number tat makes 73??

Yeah, do you know any two such prime numbers with sum 73?

Start from the very first prime number and work your way through. That's a hint for you.

There is only one even prime number.

I stress on the word "first" in that statement.

And of course, when you subtract the even prime, you will get another prime.

@ParthKohli
17 - prime. 2 - even prime. If I subtract 17 - 2 = 15 - I will get not prime.

No, in this case you must!

This case is NOT having such a situation though :-)

...?

This question would have no answer if you would not get another prime number after subtracting 2.

Nobody guarantees you that this must have an answer.

really? :O

Yeah...

woah! :O

LOL!!! ^^