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Q: Are 30 and 36 relatively prime?

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No. Even numbers can't be relatively prime.

No, 30 and 135 are not relatively prime.

No.

12 and 30 are not relatively prime because they have two common prime factors (2 and 3).

30 and 63 are relatively prime numbers. The factors of 30 are 1, 2, 3, 5, and 30, and the factors of 63 are 1, 7, 9, and 63. Two or more numbers are relatively prime if 1 is their only common factor.

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No. Even numbers can't be relatively prime.

It can be. 36 is relatively prime to 25. 36 is not relatively prime to 21.

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No, they are not relatively prime.

25 is relatively prime with 36. 25 is not relatively prime with 35.

No, 30 and 135 are not relatively prime.

Relatively prime, yes.

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