3 and 41
Two numbers are co-prime if they do not have any common factors. The numbers themselves need not be prime.
Yes, the greatest common factor of two different prime numbers is always 1
They are called mutually prime or co-prime numbers.
The GCF of any two prime numbers s 1.
Any two prime or relatively prime numbers. 25 and 36, for example.
3 and 41
There is no such pair.
All numbers have factors. Some factors are prime numbers. A prime factor is a factor that is a prime number. A common prime factor is a prime factor that appears on the list of factors of two or more given numbers.
There are two prime numbers between 60 and 70.
The numbers are relatively prime, or co-prime.
The greatest common factor of two or more prime numbers is 1.
The greatest common factor of two different prime numbers is 1. The two prime numbers have as their factors, 1 and themselves. That means that 1 is the only factor they have in common.The GCF is 1.
When multiplied together, 3 and 41 equal 123.
No. Two numbers are relatively prime if they have no prime factors in common. Two even numbers will have 2 as a prime factor in common.
The numbers are CO-prime, but not necessarily prime numbers: think of 3 and 4....
If the greatest common factor is 1, then the numbers are said to be co-prime or relatively prime.
3 X 41