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Some special sums (Posted on 2015-02-05) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Show that all sums of two consecutive odd prime numbers have at least three prime factors, not necessarily distinct. Example: 3+5=8. 8's factors: 2,2,2.

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Some Thoughtsre: solution......KUDOSAdy TZIDON2015-02-06 10:41:33
solutionDaniel2015-02-05 15:11:27
re: Odd premise (spoiler) new challengeDaniel2015-02-05 14:46:07
SolutionOdd premise (spoiler)Steve Herman2015-02-05 14:20:16
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