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Q: Are 46 and 87 coprimes

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Yes, 46 and 87 are relatively prime. Their only common factor is 1, so that means that they are relatively prime.

87 is greater than the decimal number 13.688

Just multiply 87 by any integer! For example, the result of each of the following calculations will give you a multiple of 87: 87 x 0 87 x 1 87 x 2 87 x 3 87 x 4 87 x (-1) 87 x (-2) etc.

87/100 and 0.87

The factors of 87 are 1, 3, 29, and 87.

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no,31 and 62 coprimes are not coprimes . as ,62 is divisible by 31 .so,their GCD=2

87 x 46 = 4002

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3,256

87% of 46 = 0.87 * 46 = 40.02.Assuming you can only score whole marks then you will need to score 41 out of 46 to be certain (although 40 out of 46 would also be rounded up to 87 as the nearest whole percentage, which might be done.)

Yes, 46 and 87 are relatively prime. Their only common factor is 1, so that means that they are relatively prime.

87. Since |100 - 87| = 13 is smaller than |100 - 146| = 46

46, 139, 87.

Yes. Their only common factor is 1.

Coprimes require two integers 50 and 1 are coprimes for example, but 50 and 6 are not because both are evenly divisible by 2. 1 number cannot be a co-prime.

Coprimes, or relative primes, are two or more numbers that share no common divisors. To determine whether numbers are relatively prime, find their greatest common denominaotr. If it's one, they're coprime.

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