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Twin Prime numbers are the consecutive Prime numbers with difference as 2.

Example - 3 and 5, 5 and 7

Q: Two prime numbers whose difference is 2 are called?

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

2 and 5 the difference is 3 which is a prime number

17 and 53

Relatively prime or co-prime.

7and 5(7-5=2)

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

A set of numbers whose GCF is one are called co-prime or relatively prime

They are: 5 minus 3 = 2 as one example

13 -3 = 10

4111 and 4127

2 and 5 the difference is 3 which is a prime number

Look at a list of prime numbers. Select the ones whose difference is 2.

5 and 3 are two numbers less than 7, whose difference is 2.

17 and 53

Eight

The answer is 47-13=34

Relatively prime or co-prime.