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You don't. The LCM refers to integers only.

The LCM is defined as being a positive integer. Ignore the negative signs. Calculate as if everything's positive.

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

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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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The GCF of any set of numbers containing two (or more) coprimes is 1. So YES, 1 can be a GCF.

First, find the prime factorization of the number. For instance, with 45: 45 = 3 * 3 * 5 = 32 * 51 Now, from this prime factorization, any numbers whose prime factorizations do not include these factors is coprime to the number you have.

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