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Find all the two digit prime numbers neither of whose digits are prime.

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    well, prime digits are 1,2,3,5,7

    The first number then is 44, then 46, 49, then 64, you finish.

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    okay, thank you

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    is 48 included in the numbers you listed?

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    48 is not a prime number.

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