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Q: What are the 2 prime numbers whose difference of their squares is 24?

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If you are looking for two prime numbers whose difference is 1, then the numbers have to be 1 & 3.

Every odd number greater than one is the difference of two squares. This includes all the odd prime numbers. To find the two numbers whose difference of squares equals a particular odd number, divide the odd number by 2. The two numbers are the integers immediately below and above that dividend. For example, 17 is the difference of two squares. Divide 17 by 2 and get 8.5. The two numbers are 8 and 9. 92 - 82 = 81 - 64 = 17.

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