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Q: Are 294 and 256 co prime numbers?

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

Relatively prime or co-prime.

It's an enormous list; we wouldn't be able to get them all. All of the prime numbers in that range are co-prime with each other. The composite numbers, as long as they aren't multiples of the primes, are co-prime with the primes. The square numbers are co-prime with each other and quite a few of the composite numbers are co-prime with each other. If you could narrow the range, we could be more specific.

Two (or more) numbers are said to be co-prime if they have no prime factor in common. The numbers, themselves need not be prime. Thus, 14 (= 2*7) and 15 (= 3*5) are co-prime.

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

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

They are called mutually prime or co-prime numbers.

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

Two numbers are co-prime if they do not have any common factors. The numbers themselves need not be prime.

Such numbers are relatively prime, or co-prime.

No - co-prime numbers are pairs of numbers which share no positive integer factors apart from 1. Twin prime numbers are a pair of prime numbers with a difference of 2.

Sometimes.

They are called mutually prime or co-prime numbers.

Numbers are co-prime, or relatively prime, when their GCF is 1.

Relatively prime or co-prime.

No.

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