Prime Triplet(s)

\[\large \color{blue}{ \begin{cases} r=q+2 \\ q=p+2 \end{cases}}\]

If \(p,q, r\) are prime numbers such that the above conditions hold simultaneously, then how many tuples of the form \((p,q,r)\) exist?


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