Task name odd and hard to understand ?
The existing task name seems logically and grammatically a bit obscure. Hard work to disentangle.
"Sum of two adjacent numbers are primes" ??
What is the subject of "are primes" ?
"Sum" ? But then why "are" and a plural ?
Or perhaps "adjacent numbers" ?
But I don't think anyone will find all that many "adjacent" numbers (beyond 3) that are both prime.
Does it perhaps mean "Prime sums of two consecutive numbers" ?
- "Prime sums of two consecutive numbers" fits the task. I am not sure I have the perspective to say whether it's easier to comprehend than the current title. --Rdm (talk) 14:43, 18 December 2022 (UTC)
- This is not one of the more well-thought-out tasks. It basically boils down to find every odd prime p and show it as the "sum" of floor(p/2) '+' ceil(p/2). Adjacent numbers just means n and n+1. Omit say 4+5 as 9 is not prime. It really is that trivial. --Petelomax (talk) 20:50, 18 December 2022 (UTC)