# Rabbit-failure

# Rabbit-failure

On the stop we have **N** passengers, which Vanja and Peter were among, called at a trolleybus. The Vanja purchased a ticket the first. Peter glanced on the ticket and saw that the number of ticket is a prime number, and decided, that he must purchase a ticket with a simple number. Whether there is a chance at Peter to purchase a ticket to a next stop, if at a conductor only one roll of tickets, in the numbers of tickets is determined the amount by the bought ticket. In case if a roll is closed, Peter will stow "away", and he is expected by a failure.

**Input **

An entrance line contains two numbers: amount of passengers and number of trolleybus ticket. The amount of numbers in the number of ticket does not exceed **6**.

**Output **

Show out the amount of passengers, which it is necessary to skip Peter, to purchase a ticket with a simple number, or **–1**, if doing it is impossible.

5 011

1

6 23

-1