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Grade 8 - Mathematics
5.19 Twin Primes

Twin Primes:
A pair of primes are said to be twin primes if they differ by 2.

Example:
11 and 13 are prime numbers.
The difference of these two numbers is 13 - 11 = 2,
So 11 and 13 are called twin primes.


Directions: Solve the following problems. Also write at least five examples of your own.
Q 1: 7,11 are twin primes, is this true or false.
False
True

Q 2: 191,193 are twin primes, is this true or false.
True
False

Q 3: 5,7 are twin primes, is this true or false.
False
True

Q 4: 7,9 are twin primes, is this true or false
True
False

Q 5: 197,199 are twin primes, is this true or false.
True
False

Q 6: 3,7 are twin primes, is this true or false.
False
True

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