If `N, (N + 2)` and `(N + 4)` are prime numbers, then the number of possible solutions for `N` are

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Q 1741112023.     If `N, (N + 2)` and `(N + 4)` are prime numbers, then
the number of possible solutions for `N` are
CDS 2013 Paper-1
A

`1`

B

`2`

C

`3`

D

None of these

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