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For how many integers $n$ is: $9 - (n-2)^2$ a prime number?
I want to try this using a rigorous definition of prime number/ actual problem rather than try-error?
Please only give hints, so I can do this on my own!
The necessary condition : at least one of $5-n,1+n$ is $\pm1$
Required, but never shown