# ARCHIVED WIKISPACES DISCUSSION BELOW

All discussion below is archived from the Wikispaces export in its original unaltered form.
All new discussion should go on Talk:Prime number.

## Please, more 'precisione' in the redaction!

- Osmiorisbendi July 18, 2011, 01:46:51 PM UTC-0700

Which of the words or expressions would you consider not understandable?

- hstraub January 26, 2012, 12:58:29 AM UTC-0800

Perhaps we should explain these terms:

1. "composite", as used in the expression "For composite EDOs, ...", means "non-prime" (since any such number can be considered to be "composed" of its multiplicative factors; e.g. the composite integer 6 is the product of multiplying the prime numbers 2 and 3).

2. "co-prime": Two integers are co-prime if they have no common prime factors; e.g. 14 and 15 are co-prime since 14 has only the prime factors 2 and 7 whilst 15 has only the prime factors 3 and 5, so they share no common prime factor.

- YahyaA October 29, 2015, 06:06:21 PM UTC-0700

The terms "xenharmonician" and "ekmelician" are surely incomprehensible to most people, including many of our readers. (What DOES that second word mean?!)

- YahyaA October 29, 2015, 06:09:24 PM UTC-0700