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On the solution of Odd Perfect Number Conjecture
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Odd perfect number conjecture is the oldest known unsolved problem in the history of Mathematics. The problem initially proposed by Euclid in his book, The Elements. The problem atracted the best mathematical minds. The problem is finally resolved by Ekansh, India by using some of the rigorous mathematical awesome techniques that reaveals the solution of the so called oldest unsolved problem in the mathematical history. Ekansh will present his talk-paper on Odd perfect number Conjecture solution. Finally, we will see the longest unsolved with an amazing solution by Ekansh.
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