Given a number n, generate a list of n composite numbers.
Input : 5 Output : 122, 123, 124, 125 Input : 10 Output : 3628802, 3628803, 3628804, 3628805, 3628806, 3628807, 3628808, 3628809, 3628810
The idea here is using the properties of . Since , then numbers , all divide . Therefore is divisible by 2, is divisible by 3 ….. is divisible by n. And by above pattern they are consecutive composites.
We find (n+1)!, then we print numbers (n+1)! + 2, (n+1)! + 3, …. (n+1)! + (n + 1).
Below is the implementation of above approach:
122 123 124 125
The above solution causes overflow very soon (for small values of n). We can use technique to find factorial of large number to avoid overflow.
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