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Any 7 consecutive numbers none of which in prime

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SOURCE: list 7 consecutive numbers none

7 consecutive non-prime integers: 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96

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SOURCE: list 7 consecutive numbers none

114 divisible by 2
115 divisible by 5
116 divisible by 2
117 divisible by 3
118 divisible by 2
119 divisible by 7
120 divisible by 2

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