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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.

It is: 97-2 = 95

47 is the greatest prime number less than 48.

The greatest prime number less than 200 is 199.

59 - 2 = 57

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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.

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

It is: 97-2 = 95

the greatest prime number less than 200 is 199

47 is the greatest prime number less than 48.

The greatest prime number less than 200 is 199.

59 - 2 = 57

97-2=95 The answer is 95

97 - 2 = 95

47 is the greatest prime number under 50.

The smallest prime number is 2 and the greatest prime number less than 100 is 97. The required product is: 2 x 97 = 194.

Divide it with primes less than half of the number.

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