anonymous
  • anonymous
prove that there exists no prime such that p-q=97,if p and q are prime
Discrete Math
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anonymous
  • anonymous
when p and q are both not equal to 2 then, p and q are both odd numbers and difference of two odd number is an even number so one of them has to be even. Now, when p=2 then 2-q=97 ==> q=-95 [not prime] when q=2 then p-2=97 ===>p=99[not prime] Thus, there exists no prime such that p-q=97,if p and q are prime
anonymous
  • anonymous
great thanks I just have to formalize it
anonymous
  • anonymous
What can I say now.. I can just say that @sauravshakya is right...

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anonymous
  • anonymous
lol thanks
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Ha ha ha ha..

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