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Odd perfect numbers

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I have an interest in several areas of mathematics, one of which is perhaps the oldest unsolved problem in mathematics, the existence (or otherwise) of an perfect number In 2008 I obtained a minor but original result, that any odd perfect number (if such exists) must have the form 12m 1 or 324m 81 or 468m + 117

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