Perfect numbers

An number theory investigation into perfect numbers, covering:

  • factors
  • primes
  • number properties
  • sequences

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Paul Kennedy

Some other questions you could ask are:
Are there any numbers that do not appear in any sequence? (Use a sieve)
What happens at 220?
What about 276?
My favourite number is 276 (for lots of reasons). It used to be 2701.