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A '''twin prime''' pair is a pair of [[prime number]]s spaced apart by [[2]]. A twin prime is a member of such a pair.
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A '''twin prime''' pair is a pair of [[prime number]]s which are spaced apart by [[2]]. A twin prime is a member of such a pair.
   
 
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*[[101]] and [[103]]
 
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Latest revision as of 16:33, August 6, 2020

A twin prime pair is a pair of prime numbers which are spaced apart by 2. A twin prime is a member of such a pair.

ExamplesEdit

The first ten pairs are:

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