**Given any integer , we can always find an integer m such that each of the n-1 consecutive integers m + 2, m + 3,…, m + n are composite.**

**True**

*Discussion:*

Take m=n!. Then the consecutive integers n! + 2 , n! + 3 , … n! + n are all composite.

**Given any integer , we can always find an integer m such that each of the n-1 consecutive integers m + 2, m + 3,…, m + n are composite.**

**True**

*Discussion:*

Take m=n!. Then the consecutive integers n! + 2 , n! + 3 , … n! + n are all composite.