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Old 2020-07-01, 04:31   #1
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does anyone knows Aliaqut Sum Calculator for big numbers like 40 50 digits or more

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Old 2020-07-01, 04:39   #2
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does anyone knows Aliaut Sum Calculator for big numbers like 40 50 digits or more
What is Aliaut Sum?
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What is Aliaut Sum?

aliquat sum is collection of a plus signed divisors of a number except number
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... Aliaqut ...
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aliquat ...
Right. So you mean Aliquot.
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We have a forum for those.

And now your thread is here.
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Old 2020-07-01, 08:42   #6
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for example

n=2^1000 x 5

n=53575430359313366047421252453000090528070240585276680372187519418517552556246806124659918940784792906379733645877657341259357264284615702179922887873492874019672838874121154927105373025

aliquot sum =
75005602503038712466389753434200126739298336819387352521062527185924573578745528574523886517098710068931627104228720277763100169998461983051892043022890023627541974423769616897947522235436597993145679275071325324885073588871791372914158807622539440401998375343805795173623008821568370707860439676485626

how can I check this
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for example

n=2^1000 x 5

n=53575430359313366047421252453000090528070240585276680372187519418517552556246806124659918940784792906379733645877657341259357264284615702179922887873492874019672838874121154927105373025

aliquot sum =
75005602503038712466389753434200126739298336819387352521062527185924573578745528574523886517098710068931627104228720277763100169998461983051892043022890023627541974423769616897947522235436597993145679275071325324885073588871791372914158807622539440401998375343805795173623008821568370707860439676485626

how can I check this
http://factordb.com/sequences.php?se...20&fr=0&to=100 (click the show link on index 1).
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