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Q: What are the two smallest number that has 850 as a factor but are not divisible by each other?

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The smallest possible pair of numbers is 1700 and 2550.

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Short answer: 2 The only number by which a factor of 4 may always be divided (other than 4) is 2.

1700 = 850 X 2

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The smallest pair of numbers with greatest common factor of 850 would be 850 and 1700.850 x 1 = 850850 x 2 = 1700If neither number can be 850, or it is specified that neither number is divisible by the other, the next smallest pair would be 1700 and 2550.850 x 2 = 1700850 x 3 = 2550If both are allowed to be 850 then the pair would be 850 and 850.850 x 1 = 850850 x 1 = 850If 0 is allowed, then it would be 850 and 0.850 x 0 = 0850 x 1 = 850If you have the greatest common factor and multiply it by two different numbers that are relatively prime (in other words, they have no factors in common), you will have a pair of numbers whose greatest common factor is the number given. The smallest pair is 1 and 2, but one number would be divisible by the other. The next smallest pair is 2 and 3, and neither number will be divisible by the other.1700 and 2550

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