Just an idea.
Could be \(53. \)
\(53\) is also a prime number.
As the product of the difference of \(3,11,29 \)
\(11-3=8\)
\(29-11=18.\)
\(8\times18=144. \)
\(29,53,59\)
\(59-53=6\)
\(53-29=24.\)
\(24\times6=144!!\)
Though I am not very convinced with the logic.

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Could be \(53. \)

\(53\) is also a prime number.

As the product of the difference of \(3,11,29 \)

\(11-3=8\)

\(29-11=18.\)

\(8\times18=144. \)

\(29,53,59\)

\(59-53=6\)

\(53-29=24.\)

\(24\times6=144!!\)

Though I am not very convinced with the logic.

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I don't think this is the answer since 29-11=18, 53-29=24, and 18x24=/=144.

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i know it.Thats why i said "iam not convinced with my solution".

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