Given a positive number N, the task is to check if N is a primorial prime number or not. Print ‘YES’ if N is a primorial prime number otherwise print ‘NO.
Primorial Prime: In Mathematics, A Primorial prime is a prime number of the form pn# + 1 or pn# – 1 , where pn# is the primorial of pn i.e the product of first n prime numbers.
Input : N = 5 Output : YES 5 is Primorial prime of the form pn - 1 for n=2, Primorial is 2*3 = 6 and 6-1 =5. Input : N = 31 Output : YES 31 is Primorial prime of the form pn + 1 for n=3, Primorial is 2*3*5 = 30 and 30+1 = 31.
The First few Primorial primes are:
2, 3, 5, 7, 29, 31, 211, 2309, 2311, 30029
- Generate all prime number in the range using Sieve of Eratosthenes.
- Check if n is prime or not, If n is not prime Then print No
- Else, starting from first prime (i.e 2 ) start multiplying next prime number and keep checking if product + 1 = n or product – 1 = n or not
- If either product+1=n or product-1=n, then n is a Primorial Prime Otherwise not.
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