Q: Are 35 and 135 relatively prime?

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No, 30 and 135 are not relatively prime.

Yes, 35 and 54 are relatively prime.

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

No, because 5 divides both 40 and 135.

No. 15 is a common factor

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Yes, 35 and 54 are relatively prime.

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It can be. 34 is relatively prime to 35. 34 is not relatively prime to 40.

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

The gcf is 15; so 30 and 135 are not relatively prime. 30 = 2 x 3 x 5 135 = 33 x 5 hcf = 3 x 5 = 15 If the gcf of two numbers is 1, then they are relatively prime 15 ≠ 1, thus 30 and 135 are not relatively prime.

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12 and 35 are NOT prime numbers.

No, because 5 divides both 40 and 135.

no, they both have 5 as factors

No. 15 is a common factor