The sum of two prime number is always a prime number (True/ False).
The sum of two prime numbers is always a prime number.
Let us prove the above by taking an example.
Let the two given prime numbers be 2 and 7.
Thus, their sum, i.e; 9 is not a prime number.
Hence the above statement is false
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