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Q: What is the greatest prime number that is the sum of 2 prime numbers and is the difference of 2 prime numbers?

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11 is the smallest 2-digit prime number and 97 is the greatest 2 digit prime number, so their difference is 86

Greatest 2 digit Prime number is 97. Lease 2 digit prime number is 11.

Greatest 2 digit prime number is 97. Lease 2 digit prime number is 11.

59 - 2 = 57

the prime numbers less than 10 are 2,3,5,and 7?

97-2=95 The answer is 95

Not necessarily. 71 is a prime number, 7 is a prime number, and 71-7= 64, which is NOT a prime number. In most cases, the difference of two prime numbers will not be a prime number. All prime numbers greater than 2 will be odd numbers. The difference between two odd numbers will be an even number. Unless that even number is 2, it is not a prime number. Here are some additional examples: 19, 13: difference 6, not prime 23, 7: difference 16, not prime 53, 31: difference 22, not prime 61, 59: difference 2, prime 113, 109: difference 4, not prime 293, 283: difference 10, not prime 331, 101: difference 230, not prime

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The greatest prime number less than 20 is 19. For there to be a difference, we'll have to have another value.

11 and 7 have a difference of 4.

The greatest prime number less than 10 is 7. To have a difference, you need at least two values.

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