8th grade math

find the product of the only set of three consecutive prome numbers that differ by 2.

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  1. what is the difference between 3,5, and 7?
    aren't they prime?
    Can you think of any others?

    What is their product ?

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    posted by Reiny
  2. thanks I got it

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    posted by bethany

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