No other prime numbers are consecutive because there aren't any other even prime numbers.
The only numbers that are consecutive and prime (ie. they are counting numbers greater than 1 that follow each other and can only be divided by themselves and 1) are;23
There are infinitely many prime numbers, and also infinitely many twin primes so there is no answer to the question.
This can be an extension to the proof that there are infinitely many prime numbers. If there are infinitely many prime numbers, then there are also infinitely many PRODUCTS of prime numbers. Those numbers that are the product of 2 or more prime numbers are not prime numbers.
Prime numbers are related with composite numbers as they are both natural numbers and real numbers and also every composite number is a product of prime numbers due to which they are related with each other.For example 24=   .Here 24 is a composite number,real number and natural number and 2,2,3,2 are prime numbers and also they are real and natural numbers
They are called consecutive numbers. They all go up in order 9 10 11 12 13 and 14 are consecutive too. They are also the first part of the set of natural numbers or countingnumbers.
173 belongs to the set of positive natural numbers and it also belongs to the set of prime numbers.
No - a prime number must also be a natural number (that is, a non-zero positive integer), therefore, no negative numbers can be seen as being prime.
8, 9, 10
You don't. All prime numbers are also whole numbers.
There are no other prime numbers that are even but 2.
The only even prime number is 2.