Given two squares with side lengths and (a > b). The task is to check if difference of their areas is prime or not. Here side length could be large ( 1 < b < a < 1012).
Input : a = 6, b = 5 Output : Yes Input : a = 61690850361, b = 24777622630 Output : No
Approach: Since the sides are and . Therefore, difference of their areas = (a2 – b2), which can be expressed as (a – b)(a + b) . This is prime if and only if a – b = 1 and a + b is a prime . Since a+b is at most 2×1012, we can use trial division to check its primality.
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