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Odd perfect numbers: the new math curriculum

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No one knows if an odd perfect number exists.

Six and 28 are perfect numbers, and the Star of David has six points, notwithstanding the scribes who gave him six wives and shoved him in bed with Jonathan.

We do not believe in the Pagan or Wiccan “six-pointed pentagram” which has become symbolic of child molestation, even as the eight days misaccounted for the circumcision of a child as though one full day had already passed on the self-same day of the child's birth, that a child born on the Sabbath day should be circumcised the following Sabbath.

In the circumcision of a child, they cut out the top point of the Star of David and close it up to leave a Pagan Pentagram pointing down. There is no go-around or come-around to account for their misdeed. They take five from six or seven from eight and leave nothing.

A number is said to be perfect if it equals the sum of all its distinct proper divisors.

  • 6 = 1 + 2 + 3
  • 28 = 1 + 2 + 4 + 7 + 14

No one believes that an odd perfect number exists, but the proof of this apparent fact seems elusive.

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