If a girl's name could be arranged, by choosing all or any part of it including initials, so that its number value is that of one of the pair, and if the boy's name could be written so that it has the number value of the other perfect number
, their union would result in a perfect marriage.
For example 6 is the first perfect number
1+2+3+6=2x6=12 Note that 1/6 + 2/6 + 3/6 = 1 The next Perfect Number
is 28 as 1+2+4+7+14+28=2x28=56 The first four Perfect Numbers
6, 28, 496, 8128 were the only ones known to Greek mathematicians and it was not until the 15th Century that mathematicians discovered other Perfect Numbers
He then turns to topics that are particularly attractive and accessible, including Gauss' theory of cyclotomy and its applications to rational reciprocity laws; Hilbert's solution to Waring's problem; and modern work on perfect numbers
Bege, On multiplicatively unitary perfect numbers
, Seminar on Fixed Point Theory,
Besides, two new conjectures regarding the existence and non-existence of perfect numbers
had been proposed by Kalita.
Key Words: Triangular numbers, Perfect square, Pascal Triangles, and perfect numbers
(PNs) are integers whose factors sum to the number, like 6 (=1+2+3).
To illustrate the seemingly simple, yet difficult, problems that fascinated Pythagoras, it is only necessary to point out that a large number of perfect numbers
are known (6, 28, and 496 are the smallest) but that none of them are odd.
These perfect numbers
are also attested by Euphorion in the Mopsopia, when he says: `.
And overhear the planets, as they raced along, Harmonize their pathways' perfect numbers
received a $25,000 award for his investigation of the odd perfect number
problem, and his suggestion that odd perfect numbers
do not exist.
There are 10 chapters: surrealist writing, mathematical surfaces, and new geometries; objects, axioms, and constraints; abstraction in art, literature, and mathematics; literature, the Mobius strip, and infinite numbers; Klein forms and the fourth dimension; paths, graphs, and texts; poetry, permutations, and ZeckendorfAEs theorem; randomness, arbitrariness, and perfect numbers