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Numbers that have no common factor like 8 and 9 as 8=23 and 9=32 The two of them are not prime but they have no common factor

1, 3, 7, 9, 21, 63 3 and 7 are prime.

it is 9.

9 times 9=2*8+51 the factor is 3

To be relatively prime, it would have to be compared to another number. When it is, if the GCF, or greatest common factor is 1, then it is relatively prime. 45 and 9 = NO because they have 9 in common. 45 and 31 = Yes because they only have 1 as a common factor.

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9 is a factor of 36, but it is not prime.

9 is not prime, so it is not a prime factor of 72, great or otherwise.

9 is not a prime number.

The only prime factor of 9 is 3.

9 isn't a prime number.

The prime factor of 9 is 3. For it to be common, it needs to be compared to another set of prime factors.

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No, neither 1 nor 9 is prime.

Nine cannot be a prime factor of any number because it is not a prime number.

The only distinct prime factor of 9 is 3

3 is the prime factor of 9.

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