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## Homework Statement

Find a number p and an integer d>2 such that p, p+d and p+2d are all prime.

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## The Attempt at a Solution

Any help with how to go about this would be appreciated, thanks.

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Find a number p and an integer d>2 such that p, p+d and p+2d are all prime.

Any help with how to go about this would be appreciated, thanks.

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You could just guess, of course. Guessing works quite well on this problem.

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d= 2 is simpler.

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But 2 isn't bigger than 2.d= 2 is simpler.

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