# Python: Check if two given numbers are Co Prime or not

## Python Basic - 1: Exercise-119 with Solution

Two numbers are coprime if their highest common factor (or greatest common divisor if you must) is 1.

Write a Python program to check if two given numbers are Co Prime or not. Return True if two numbers are Co Prime otherwise return false.

**Sample Solution**:

**Python Code:**

```
def gcd(p,q):
# Create the gcd of two positive integers.
while q != 0:
p, q = q, p%q
return p
def is_coprime(x, y):
return gcd(x, y) == 1
print(is_coprime(17, 13))
print(is_coprime(17, 21))
print(is_coprime(15, 21))
print(is_coprime(25, 45))
```

Sample Output:

True True False False

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