Our Perfect Brief Journey with Perfect Numbers
Perfect numbers have been a fascination of mathematicians for centuries. This is due to their realization of the pattern and properties that create the numbers 6, 28, 496, and 8128. These numbers are known as perfect numbers for being the sum of their factors, also known as its proper positive divisors. In this paper we will dive into the history of perfect numbers, as well as its properties, theorems, and proofs for which all play an important role in the theory of even perfect numbers.
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