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# All co primes twin primes. True or false?

Updated: 10/26/2022

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False. Co-primes are not the same as twin primes.

Co-primes are any numbers having no common factorsother than 1. Examples of co-primes are 8 and 9 or 15 and 32.

Twin primes are pairs of prime numbers exactly 2 apart such as 11 and 13 or 659 and 661.

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