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TopNewestmore simply, two positive integers \( m \) and \(n \) are coprime if the largest number that divides both \( m \) and \( n \) is \( 1 \).

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Two numbers m and n are coprime if GCD(m,n)=1. The GCD is the greatest common divisor of the two. Put more plainly, if you take the prime factorization of m and n, they should have no prime factors in common.

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a set of numbers which do not have any common factor except 1 are called co-prime numbers. eg.:14 n 15 are coprime as they are both divisible by only 1,but 14 and 21 are not co prime as they are divisible by both 1 and 7.that's it.

easy isn't it?

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yes it is.

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any two no. which have HCF 1

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