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The numbers 77 and 791 are relatively prime. True False
Weegy: 77 and 791 are not prime but could be considered relatively prime. 77 has 2 factors (11 and 7) and 791 a few. User: The fractions -42/-45 and 14/15 are equivalent fractions. True False Weegy: True the numbers 77 and 791 are relatively prime. (More)
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The fractions -42/-45 and 14/15 are equivalent fractions. True False
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Which of the following is the least common multiple of 24 and 36? 6 ,12 ,72 ,864
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The least common multiple of 24 and 36 is 72.
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What is most characteristic of Prince Henry? He started a school for sailors in Portugal. The astrolabe was his main invention. He discovered an all-water route to the Orient.
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Successful New World colonies were started by all of the following except: Columbus Balboa Cartier Champlain
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