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It works for p=5. I think it should be of the form 1/2*(p+P+2). Is this true? How can I prove it?

Thx

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It works for p=5. I think it should be of the form 1/2*(p+P+2). Is this true? How can I prove it?

Thx

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Are there any other twin primes with this property?

I didn't find any. It's not too surprising, given how rare perfect numbers are.

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