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Random Primes (Posted on 2003-07-10) Difficulty: 4 of 5
If you pick any two integers at random, what is that probability that they will be relatively prime? ("relatively prime" means that the two numbers share no divisors except 1)

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Solution PI is not just for circles. Comment 9 of 9 |
Pi is used in other things, too. This problem has no circles. However, the answer is 6/(pi^2).

  Posted by Math Man on 2016-04-03 17:21:41
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