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- Let \(p_1 ,p_2 ,p_3\) be primes with \(p_2≠ p_3\)such that 4+\(p_1p_2\)and 4+\(p_1p_3\) are perfect squares. Find all possible values of \(p_1 ,p_2 ,p_3\)

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