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Q: What are the co prime number?

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3 is a co-prime number.

2 is the smallest prime number. It is co-prime with every odd number.

No. Even numbers can't be co-prime.

A whole number is co-prime with another whole number if their GCF is 1.

Numbers whose GCF is 1 are said to be co-prime.

They are not co-prime,They are simply the same number.

Two numbers are co-prime if their GCF is 1.

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Two number are co-prime if there is no whole number other than 1 that divides them both exactly

Any number from 2-200 can be co-prime.

Numbers are co-prime when their GCF is 1.

Co-prime numbers have a common factor of 1.

All numbers greater than one in that range can be co-prime. 4 and 9 are co-prime.

Two numbers are considered to be co-prime if they share no common prime factors, that is, if their GCF is 1.

Any number greater than 1 can be co-prime.

Any number greater than 1 can be co-prime.

Any number greater than one can be co-prime.

Any number greater than 1 can be co-prime.

No.

No

No multiples of the same number greater than one can be co-prime, since they will both have that number as a factor.

Not really. It's just in how they are used. Factors are numbers, whether they're co-prime or not.

The number 1 is the only common factor of co-prime numbers, which is what makes them co-prime. 9 and 10 for example or 15 and 23.

Any number greater than 1 can be co-prime.

Any number greater than one can be co-prime.