No. Even numbers can't be co-prime.
Co prime numbers are a pair of numbers not having any common factors other tha 1 or -1.
The numbers are relatively prime, or co-prime.
No - co-prime numbers are pairs of numbers which share no positive integer factors apart from 1. Twin prime numbers are a pair of prime numbers with a difference of 2.
No factor of 10999 is divisible by 10998. Apart from 1 and 2, any pair of consecutive numbers must be co-prime: that is, they cannot have any prime factor in common.
Common prime number is 2 only.
relatively prime or co-prime.
Of course not! For example 3 and 9 are odd, but are not co-prime!
numbers which are co prime have a GCF as 1 For example *2,3 *37,47 *23,24
They are called mutually prime or co-prime numbers.
Any consecutive composite integers, like 34 and 35.
Numbers are co-prime, or relatively prime, when their GCF is 1.