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i can't figure out this problem.
the GCF of two numbers is 479. one number is even and the other number is odd. neither number is divisible by the other. what is the smallest that these two numbers could be?

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Well, the smallest even is 479x2
The smallest odd is 479x3

check my thinking.

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958 and 1437

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