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Re: OPN's don't exist

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  • elevensmooth
    Bill, Your analysis appears to be restricted to consideration of odd perfect numbers with only two distinct prime divisors. It s known that any odd perfect
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 26, 2007
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      Bill,

      Your analysis appears to be restricted to consideration of odd perfect
      numbers with only two distinct prime divisors. It's known that any odd
      perfect must have are least nine distinct prime factors and at least
      75 prime factors counting multiplicity. Wolfram and Wikipedia are
      good starting points for learning what is known about the possible
      existence of odd perfect numbers.

      William Lipp
      Poohbah of OddPerfect.org
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