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# I heard 2 adjacent integers share no common factors. What about 1?

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11 Oct 2018, 13:49
Hmm... Isn't it more precise to say "they share no common prime factors" or "they share no common factors besides 1?".

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11 Oct 2018, 14:07
Well to think of the matter we need to look at it from the Greatest common factor point.

2,3 share no factor and are only divisible by 1

1 is a factor of any number

It is in this form GCF(n, n+1) = 1

I hope this helps.

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11 Oct 2018, 20:32
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Re: I heard 2 adjacent integers share no common factors. What about 1?   [#permalink] 11 Oct 2018, 20:32
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