# 1975 AHSME Problems/Problem 22

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Since the roots are both positive integers, we can say that since only has divisors. Thus, the roots are and and . The only two primes which differ by are so and . is true because . is true because one of the roots is which is prime. is true because is prime. is true because is prime. Thus, the answer is .