

A063990


Amicable numbers.


106



220, 284, 1184, 1210, 2620, 2924, 5020, 5564, 6232, 6368, 10744, 10856, 12285, 14595, 17296, 18416, 63020, 66928, 66992, 67095, 69615, 71145, 76084, 79750, 87633, 88730, 100485, 122265, 122368, 123152, 124155, 139815, 141664, 142310
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OFFSET

1,1


COMMENTS

A pair of numbers x and y is called amicable if the sum of the proper divisors of either one is equal to the other. The smallest pair is x = 220, y = 284.
The sequence lists the amicable numbers in increasing order. Note that the pairs x, y are not adjacent to each other in the list. See also A002025 for the x's, A002046 for the y's.
Theorem: If the three numbers p = 3*(2^(n1))  1, q = 3*(2^n)  1 and r = 9*(2^(2n1))  1 are all prime where n >= 2, then p*q*(2^n) and r*(2^n) are amicable numbers. This 9th century theorem is due to Thabit ibn Kurrah (see for example, the History of Mathematics by David M. Burton, 6th ed., p. 510).  Mohammad K. Azarian, May 19 2008
The first time a pair ordered by its first element is not adjacent is x = 63020, y = 76084 which correspond to a(17) and a(23), respectively.  Omar E. Pol, Jun 22 2015
For amicable pairs see A259180 and also A259933.  Omar E. Pol, Jul 15 2015
First differs from A259180 (amicable pairs) at a(18).  Omar E. Pol, Jun 01 2017
Sierpinski (1964), page 176, mentions Erdős's work on the number of pairs of amicable numbers <= x.  N. J. A. Sloane, Dec 27 2017


REFERENCES

Scott T. Cohen, Mathematical Buds, Ed. H. D. Ruderman, Vol. 1 Chap. VIII pp. 103126 Mu Alpha Theta 1984.
Clifford A. Pickover, The Math Book, Sterling, NY, 2009; see p. 90.
W. Sierpinski, Elementary Theory of Numbers, Panst. Wyd. Nauk, Warsaw, 1964.
David Wells, The Penguin Dictionary of Curious and Interesting Numbers, pp. 1457, Penguin Books 1987.


LINKS

T. D. Noe, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..77977 (terms < 10^14 from Pedersen's tables)
Titu Andreescu, Number Theory Trivia: Amicable Numbers
Titu Andreescu, Number Theory Trivia: Amicable Numbers
Anonymous, Amicable Pairs Applet Test
Anonymous, Amicable and Social Numbers [broken link]
Sergei Chernykh, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..823818, zipped file (results of an exhaustive search for all amicable pairs with smaller member < 10^17)
Sergei Chernykh, Amicable pairs list
Germano D'Abramo, On Amicable Numbers With Different Parity, arXiv:math/0501402 [math.HO], 20052007.
P. Erdős, On amicable numbers, Pub. Math. Debrecen, 4 (1955), 108111.
Leonhard Euler, On amicable numbers, arXiv:math/0409196 [math.HO], 20042009.
Steven Finch, Amicable Pairs and Aliquot Sequences, 2013. [Cached copy, with permission of the author]
Mariano García, A Million New Amicable Pairs, J. Integer Sequences, 4 (2001), #01.2.6.
Mariano García, Jan Munch Pedersen, Herman te Riele, Amicable pairs, a survey, Report MASR0307, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica.
Hisanori Mishima, Amicable Numbers:first 236 pairs(smaller member<10^8) fully factorized
David Moews, A List Of The First 5001 Amicable Pairs
David and P. C. Moews, A List Of Amicable Pairs Below 2.01*10^11
Number Theory List, NMBRTHRY ArchivesAugust 1993
J. O. M. Pedersen, Tables of Aliquot Cycles [Broken link]
J. O. M. Pedersen, Tables of Aliquot Cycles [Via Internet Archive WaybackMachine]
J. O. M. Pedersen, Tables of Aliquot Cycles [Cached copy, pdf file only]
Ivars Peterson, MathTrek, Appealing Numbers
Ivars Peterson, MathTrek, Amicable Pairs, Divisors and a New Record
P. Pollack, QuasiAmicable Numbers are Rare, J. Int. Seq. 14 (2011) # 11.5.2
Carl Pomerance, On amicable numbers (2015)
Herman J. J. te Riele, On generating new amicable pairs from given amicable pairs, Math. Comp. 42 (1984), 219223.
Herman J. J. te Riele, Computation of all the amicable pairs below 10^10, Math. Comp., 47 (1986), 361368 and Supplement pp. S9S40.
Herman J. J. te Riele, A New Method for Finding Amicable Pairs, Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics, Volume 48, 1994.
Ed Sandifer, Amicable numbers
Gérard Villemin's Almanach of Numbers, Nombres amiables et sociables
Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Amicable Pair
Wikipedia, Amicable number


FORMULA

Pomerance shows that there are at most x/exp(sqrt(log x log log log x)/(2 + o(1))) terms up to x for sufficiently large x.  Charles R Greathouse IV, Jul 21 2015


MAPLE

F:= proc(t) option remember; numtheory:sigma(t)t end proc:
select(t > F(t) <> t and F(F(t))=t, [$1.. 200000]); # Robert Israel, Jun 22 2015


MATHEMATICA

s[n_] := DivisorSigma[1, n]  n; AmicableNumberQ[n_] := If[Nest[s, n, 2] == n && ! s[n] == n, True, False]; Select[Range[10^6], AmicableNumberQ[ # ] &] (* Ant King, Jan 02 2007 *)


PROG

(PARI) aliquot(n)=sigma(n)n
isA063990(n)={local(a); a=aliquot(n); a<>n && aliquot(a)==n} \\ Michael B. Porter, Apr 13 2010
(Python)
from sympy import divisors
A063990 = [n for n in xrange(1, 10**5) if sum(divisors(n))2*n and not sum(divisors(sum(divisors(n))n))sum(divisors(n))] # Chai Wah Wu, Aug 14 2014


CROSSREFS

Union of A002025 and A002046.
A180164 (gives for each pair (x, y) the value x+y = sigma(x)+sigma(y)).
Cf. A259180.
Sequence in context: A274116 A121507 A255215 * A259180 A259933 A273259
Adjacent sequences: A063987 A063988 A063989 * A063991 A063992 A063993


KEYWORD

nonn


AUTHOR

N. J. A. Sloane, Sep 18 2001


EXTENSIONS

Comment about the first not adjacent pair being (67095, 71145) removed by Michel Marcus, Aug 21 2015


STATUS

approved



