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March 18th, 2008, 02:39 PM   #1
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Name of three evenly spaced primes

What's the name of three evenly spaced primes (Like {3, 5, 7} or {3, 7, 11})?

Are there any theorems relating to them?
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Those are three primes in arithmetic progression, a PAP-3.

There are a number of conjectures that would suggest that infinitely many triples of such primes.

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