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yes, i think so.

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but how would you prove it to be true?

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try Euclid's Algorithm...

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I saw a proof using this property to show that there are infinitely many primes.

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how can there be 5 replies to this question?

the more trivial the inquiry the more replies.

the more trivial the inquiry the more replies.

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the more trivial the inquiry the more replies.

Duh! Because more people know the answer.

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