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There is no Prime number between 60 and 80 that has a consecutive sum. The prime numbers between 60 and 80 are 61, 67, and 71, but none of them have consecutive sums.

Q: What is a prime number between 60 and 80 that has consecutive sum?

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19 and 23

23 and 29

No, it is not possible.

328

No, it never is.No, it never is.No, it never is.No, it never is.

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23 and 29

No, it is not possible.

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No, it never is.No, it never is.No, it never is.No, it never is.