It is true. Two numbers are relatively prime if they do not have any factors in common greater than 1. A prime number has only two factors - 1 and itself. Thus, two different prime numbers will only have 1 as a common factor, which means they are relatively prime.
Numbers whose only common factor is 1.
A prime number is a whole number that has only two distinct factors: 1 and the number itself. A composite number has at least three distinct factors.
they are 2,3,5,7,11,and 13... 1 does not count since 1 has only 1 factor not 2.
It will always be 1.
The GCF is 1.
The only number with one factor is 1.
That depends on the numbers. The GCF of any two prime numbers is 1.
The greatest common factor of two distinct primes is always 1.
Squares (or cubes or more) of prime numbers have one distinct prime factor, but if you're counting them individually, all composite numbers have at least two prime factors.
The factors of 3 are 1 and 3.
One has one distinct factor: 1
1 is the only number that has only one factor.
Every whole number has at least one prime factor.With the possible exception of ' 1 ', whose only factor is ' 1 ' andisn't considered a prime number.
One.By definition numbers are:prime if they have only 2 distinct factors (namely 1 and the number itself);composite if they have 3 or more distinct factorsThe important thing to note is the word distinct. The number 1 has only 1 distinct factor, namely 1; thus it is neither a prime (the first prime number is 2) nor composite.