abundant number

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abundant number

[ə′bən·dənt ′nəm·bər]
(mathematics)
A positive integer that is greater than the sum of all its divisors, including unity. Also known as redundant number.
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Even the law against overloading of trucks was also suspended, which explains why our roads are congested and constantly being re-blocked due to the excessive numbers of buses and overloaded trucks.
Some viewers complained online that the ITV drama has dragged on too long while others moaned about the excessive number of adverts.
Speaking to the press following a sapling-planting event in the province, Ecercioy-lu said an excessive number of inspectors have visited the municipality.
Further, I would remind him that the difficulties today are not helped by the situation where the Labour Government welcomed in the excessive number of immigrants into our country.
But Van Gaal (above) vowed that while he is manager he won't allow his players to be subjected to an excessive number of pre-season games.
And to hide the excessive number of people living in the apartment, the residents will keep all the window covers closed and the windows shut, effectively preventing moisture from escaping.
How many people share my opinion that there are an excessive number of sports commentators employed on TV to tell us what we can see with our own eyes?
This oppressive scrutiny, often requesting me to alter my opinion, was due to the excessive number of claimants going to appeal.
Fishermen brave the trip to countries such as Libya, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Malta, Cyprus, Greece, Turkey, Israel and Italy because of the excessive number of boats and the insufficient amount of fish in Egyptian waters.
The second reason is the excessive number of vehicles in Bishkek, which surpasses the capacity of existing roads.
3 Excessive number or frequent changes in bank accounts.
RomeReports.com also reported that Francis complained that Italy has an "excessive number" of dioceses (well above 200) and that the bishops should reduce this number in order to prevent what he termed as "careerism."