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Re: Looking for n for which all 2-partitions are prime partitions.


As Daniel Lichtblau and Peter Pein aptly pointed out:
"Either n-3, n-5, or n-7 will be divisible by 3, hence not prime for
[even] n>10".
Touché!  Thank you all for your help!


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