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No, 12 and 15 aren't relatively prime, because they both share as a prime factor 3. Dividing both12 and 15 by 3 gives 4 and 5 respectively. Consecutive numbers are always coprime. Coprime numbers are relatively prime to each other, as they share no prime factors, for example 33 and 35,

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