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If you notice something, it is [most likely] a false impression. There is no known pattern to prime numbers.

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They are not consecutive.

Q: What do you notice about the locations of the prime numbers greater than 3?

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There are infinitely many prime numbers which are greater than 30.

There are no prime numbers greater than 10 that add up to 29. Since all prime numbers greater than 2 are odd numbers, no two prime numbers greater than 2 can have an even number for their sum.

No. Prime numbers cannot be composite and composite numbers cannot be prime!

Prime numbers are abundant, in fact there is an infinite about of prime numbers. There is just and infinitely greater amount of non-prime numbers.

They only have 2 factors.

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All the prime numbers greater than 3 that are between 1-60 end in 1, 3, 5, or 7, are either one or two digits in length, and are odd numbers.

There are infinitely many prime numbers which are greater than 30.

Perhaps the fact that they are prime numbers!

There are no prime numbers greater than 10 that add up to 29. Since all prime numbers greater than 2 are odd numbers, no two prime numbers greater than 2 can have an even number for their sum.

There are an infinite amount of prime numbers that are greater than 75.

No. Prime numbers cannot be composite and composite numbers cannot be prime!

There are more composite numbers than prime numbers, but there is no prime or composite number so great that you can't find a greater one of either kind.

Even numbers greater than 2 are not prime.

Prime numbers are abundant, in fact there is an infinite about of prime numbers. There is just and infinitely greater amount of non-prime numbers.

They only have 2 factors.

No. All even numbers greater than 2 are not prime numbers.

There is an infinite number of prime numbers. It is not possible to list them.