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Q: Which of the following is a pair of co-primes?

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1000000 = 1*1000000, 2*500000, 4*250000, 5*200000, 8*125000, 10*100000, 16*62500, 20*50000, 25*40000, 32*31250, 40*25000, 50*20000, 64*15625, 80*12500, 100*10000, 125*8000, 160*6250, 200*5000, 250*4000, 320*3125, 400*2500, 500*2000, 625*1600, 800*1250, 1000*1000

factor pair = 110,1factor pair = 55,2factor pair = 22,5factor pair = 11,10

The factor pairs of 80 are:factor pair = 80,1factor pair = 40,2factor pair = 20,4factor pair = 16,5factor pair = 10,8

2 and 3 are a pair

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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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