--- "mad37wriggle" wrote:

>

> OK let me attempt to rephrase that so as to avoid "trivial"

> solutions...

>

> Are there any types/forms of primes of which there are definitely

> only a finite (>1 and taken over all possible primes so that

> "primes less then N" or "primes with k digits" etc. are not

> permissible) number?

Still, that restriction allows "trivial" solutions. I came up

with this one in just a few minutes, and there are an infinite

number of examples like this:

There are exactly two primes which are of the form:

4*x^2 - 31*x + 60, with x an integer