5

The honorary even number.

1+5=6 tho?

So you're saying there

*is*one? Because the line that's replaced here is Tighten saying "There's no Queen of England" with the point of the scene being showing he's dumb for thinking something that does exist is like the other mythological things listedThere hasn't been a Queen of England since the Acts of Union when the title was replaced with Queen of Great Britain.

I’ve only seen the memes.

I thought that character was a she.

Huh.

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31521281 = 11 × 17 × 59 × 2857

11 × 17 = 187

11 × 59 = 649

11 × 2857 = 31427

17 × 59 = 10003

17 × 2857 = 48569

59 × 2857 = 168563

17 × 59 × 2857 = 2865571

11 × 59 × 2857 = 1854193

11 × 17 × 2857 = 534259

11 × 17 × 59 = 11033

11+17+59+2857+11033+534259+1854193+2865571+168563+ 48569+10003+31427+649+187=

**5527398≠31521281**17 × 59 = 10003

you've got an extra zero in there, and you forgot the 1, but the rest of your divisors match my crude brute-force approach:

`>>> n=31521281 >>> d = [ x for x in range(1,n//2+1) if not n%x ] >>> d [1, 11, 17, 59, 187, 649, 1003, 2857, 11033, 31427, 48569, 168563, 534259, 1854193, 2865571] >>> yours=list(map(int,"11+17+59+2857+11033+534259+1854193+2865571+168563+48569+10003+31427+649+187".split("+"))) >>> set(yours) - set(d) {10003} >>> set(d) - set(yours) {1, 1003} >>> sum(d) 5518399`

same conclusion though: 5518399 also ≠ 31521281

## bonus nonsense

`>>> isperfect = lambda n: n == sum(x for x in range(1,n//2+1) if not n%x) >>> [n for n in range(1, 10000) if isperfect(n)] [6, 28, 496, 8128]`

(from https://oeis.org/A000396 i see the next perfect number after 8128 is 33550336 which is too big for me to wait for the naive approach above to test...)

## more bonus nonsense

`>>> divisors_if_perfect = lambda n: n == sum(d:=[x for x in range(1,n//2+1) if not n%x]) and d >>> print("\n".join(f"{n:>5} == sum{tuple(d)}" for n in range(10000) if (d:=divisors_if_perfect(n)))) 6 == sum(1, 2, 3) 28 == sum(1, 2, 4, 7, 14) 496 == sum(1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 31, 62, 124, 248) 8128 == sum(1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 127, 254, 508, 1016, 2032, 4064)`

What about 2^31521281 - 1, I'm pretty sure that's a perfect odd number

In number theory, a perfect number is a positive integer that is equal to the sum of its positive proper divisors, that is, divisors excluding the number itself. For instance, 6 has proper divisors 1, 2 and 3, and 1 + 2 + 3 = 6, so 6 is a perfect number. The next perfect number is 28, since 1 + 2 + 4 + 7 + 14 = 28.

33550336 is pretty odd. look at those pairs. they must be fuckin.

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There is noodd.

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69: "am I a joke to you?"

It's ok 69. You're perfect just the way you are <3

69 is a Nice number.

I mean... Yes? Yes. Yes, right?

Prove it, i'll wait ^^

I have a proof, but this comment box is too small to contain it.

While you're at it, solve the "all perfect numbers end with a 6 or 8" conjecture.

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He probably nod his head a little to much

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5, and any multiple of 5.

5+1=6, not 5?

Ty for checking my work.