Posted by **dan** on Tuesday, April 13, 2010 at 1:01am.

A student claims that every prime greater than 3 is a term in the arithmetic sequence whose nth term is 6n + 1 or in the arithmetic sequence whose nth term is 6n – 1. Is this true? If so why?

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