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karush

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$\textsf{Let $d = gcd(a,b)$

If $a=da'$ and $b=db'$,

show that $gcd(a',b')=1$}$

$\textsf{it would follow that then}$

$$d=gcd(da',db')$$

$\textsf{ok I would assume that $a'=1$ and $b'=1$ then}$

$$gcd(1,1)=1$$

$\textit{bk has no answer}$:(

If $a=da'$ and $b=db'$,

show that $gcd(a',b')=1$}$

$\textsf{it would follow that then}$

$$d=gcd(da',db')$$

$\textsf{ok I would assume that $a'=1$ and $b'=1$ then}$

$$gcd(1,1)=1$$

$\textit{bk has no answer}$:(

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