# Perfect Numbers

## Main Question or Discussion Point

Show that ----> if n is even perfect number than n $$\equiv$$6(mod10) or n$$\equiv$$8(mod10)

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CRGreathouse
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Do you know the Euclid-Euler form?

2^(p-1) *(2^p-1) formula i think you have said, i know this formula but i haven't get the result with this.

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I can't believe to myself i think i proved :)