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I tried to solve this question but without a success: Let $p$ be a prime number,and $p^2+2$ is also prime, prove that $p=3$.
I tried to show $p^2+2$ as a product of numbers and then to show that $p=3$ is the only option that allows it to be prime. but I didn't find that presentation.
I would like to get help with this question, thanks