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  • (diff | hist) . . Perfect number‎; 07:33 . . (-1). .Trovatore (talk | contribs)(Minor results: dummy edit: actually the result is already mentioned (it's the second-to-last "minor result"))
  • (diff | hist) . . Perfect number‎; 07:30 . . (-174). .Trovatore (talk | contribs)(Interesting observation, and I think it's actually true (p is either 6n+1 or 6n+5, and in both cases the number is 1 mod 9). But unsourced, and not written encyclopedically.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Perfect number‎; 07:13 . . (+174). .Kd7tck (talk | contribs)(Added new entry to related concepts. Perfect numbers have a very predictable additive nature. This entry illustrates additive reduction of perfect numbers produces either a 6 or a 1. I assume that if a odd perfect number is discovered it will break this.) (Tag: Visual edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . Roman numerals‎; 06:12 . . (-2). .Thnidu (talk | contribs)(Middle Ages and Renaissance: make definition of "chronogram" match definition in article)