Q: How many pairs of co primes are there between 1 to 50?

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59, 61 71, 73

There is only 1 pair of primes and they are 2*5.

Twin primes between 50 and 100 are {59, 61} and {71, 73}.

25. any number in half equals how many twin primes. so 50/2 =25 EX.1-2 =1 1-10 = 5

As numbers get larger, there are more chances that a number will be a multiple of something other than 1.

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All pairs of two primes are coprime. There are fifteen primes under 50. So that means there are 105 unique pairs of "coprime primes", or more generally, pairs of primes, under 50.

The two pairs 59 & 61, 71 & 73.

59, 61 71, 73

All the twin primes between 50 and 100 are (53, 59) (61, 67) (71, 73) (79, 83) (89, 91)

There is only 1 pair of primes and they are 2*5.

Any number greater than one can be co-prime. I guess the answer is 49.

Twin primes between 50 and 100 are {59, 61} and {71, 73}.

41 and 43 are only the pair of Twin primes between 40 and 50.

5,7 11,13 17,19 29,31 41,43

There are no two primes whose product is 50.There are no two primes whose product is 50.There are no two primes whose product is 50.There are no two primes whose product is 50.

25. any number in half equals how many twin primes. so 50/2 =25 EX.1-2 =1 1-10 = 5

As numbers get larger, there are more chances that a number will be a multiple of something other than 1.