Two numbers A and B are said to be Co-Prime or mutually prime if the Greatest Common Divisor of them is 1. You have been given two numbers A and B, find if they are Co-prime or not.
Input : 2 3 Output : Co-Prime Input : 4 8 Output : Not Co-Prime
Co-Prime Not Co-Prime
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