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Old 2015-02-11, 15:24   #8
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In any case, I was looking for two different representations of a prime p as Leyland-like primes, not
an x,y that produced two different primes (which is a valid additional question, so thanks for an example.)
This was what I should have asked in the OP, without the labelled packaging.
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