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Prove that there exists an arithmetic series of 100 positive integers such that Watch

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    all the integers in the arithmetic series are prime.

    How the hell do I do this?

    I'm guessing you're not allowed to quote any famous theorems. What level is your course at?

    (Original post by CancerousProblem)
    all the integers in the arithmetic series are prime.

    How the hell do I do this?
    I think you lack the brains to be able to solve this sort of trivial question. Anyone who asks a gcse style question like this one on tsr is clearly really stupid
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