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Two even numbers won't have an odd GCF.

Q: What are the smallest two even numbers where neither is divisible by the other that have the greatest common factor of 971?

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The smallest possible pair of numbers is 1700 and 2550.

Two even numbers won't have an odd GCF.

1700 and 2550

1700 and 2550

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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The smallest possible pair of numbers is 1700 and 2550.

It doesn't have a numerical answer. If both numbers are even, one will be divisible by the other.

1700 = 850 X 2

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Two even numbers won't have an odd GCF.

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You need at least two numbers to find a GCF. If you're looking for two numbers that have a GCF of 850, they will both be even.