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Q: Are 11 and 98 relatively prime?

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No, they are not relatively prime.

No, they are not relatively prime.

Yes. The only common factor they have is 1.

No, their common factors are 1 and 11. As 1 is not their only common factor, then they are not relatively prime.

As 77 = 7 x 11, any number that is not a multiple of 7 or 11 is relatively prime to 77, e.g. 25, 38, 123

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Yes. 11 is prime. 98 is not prime, but it is not divisible by 11, so the two are relatively prime.

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No, they are not relatively prime.

25 and 98 are not prime numbers

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No, they are not relatively prime.

Yes, 11 and 51 are relatively prime.

11 is a prime number. For it to be relatively prime, it needs to be compared to another integer.

Yes, they are relatively prime.

Yes, they are relatively prime.

11 and 110 are not relatively prime because they have 11 as a common factor.

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