Q: Is 40 an 135 relatively prime?

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No, 30 and 135 are not relatively prime.

No, they are not relatively prime.

No. 15 is a common factor

ya they are relatively prime

One number, by itself cannot be relatively prime - or otherwise. Relative primality is a property of two (or more) numbers.

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No, 30 and 135 are not relatively prime.

No, they are not relatively prime.

Yes, they are relatively prime.

It can be. 40 is relatively prime to 41. 40 is not relatively prime to 54.

The gcf is 15; so 30 and 135 are not relatively prime. 30 = 2 x 3 x 5 135 = 33 x 5 hcf = 3 x 5 = 15 If the gcf of two numbers is 1, then they are relatively prime 15 ≠ 1, thus 30 and 135 are not relatively prime.

It can be. 34 is relatively prime to 35. 34 is not relatively prime to 40.

No, 30 and 40 are not relatively prime. Their greatest common factor is 10.

no, they both have 5 as factors

No. 15 is a common factor

ya they are relatively prime

One number, by itself cannot be relatively prime - or otherwise. Relative primality is a property of two (or more) numbers.

Yes.