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Relatively prime numbers

Relatively prime numbers definition

Relatively prime numbers are integers that have no common divisor other than 1.

Relatively prime numbers examples

An example of relatively prime numbers:

2 and 3

2 and 3 have no other common divisor than 1.

Another example of relatively prime numbers:

3 and 7

3 and 7 have no other common divisor than 1.

One more example of relatively prime number:

11 and 13

11 and 13 have no other common divisor than 1.

Now we can answer the question of what it means for two numbers to be relatively prime.