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If 1 is added to every prime number less than 100, how many more of the resulting sums will be divisible by 4 than by 3? (If more of the sums are divisible by 3 than by 4, your answer will be negative.)

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1. you can find a list of primes online

make the list , add one to each value , check the division

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2. Thanks again Scott.

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