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**Algebra**Level pending

Consider a sequence \(X\) formed by adding the corresponding terms of the sequence of Prime numbers and Fibonacci numbers.

What is the difference between the \(nth\) and \((n-1)th\) terms of the sequence \(X\) ,where \(n\) is the that term of the concernced sequence which is formed by adding a prime \(x\) to the corresponding Fibonacci number.

\(x\) is that prime number which is the first of it's kind to have a property of giving a composite number on reversing its digits.