Relative primes

A single number is prime if it has no non-trivial factors. Two numbers are said to be relatively prime if they share no non-trivial factors. The pattern formed by numbers with this property is shown on page 613.

Relative primes

A single number is prime if it has no non-trivial factors. Two numbers are said to be relatively prime if they share no non-trivial factors. The pattern formed by numbers with this property is shown on page 613.

From Stephen Wolfram: *A New Kind of Science* [citation]