Unpublished Mathematical Tables

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Math. Comp. **1** (1943), 92-96

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https://doi.org/10.1090/S0025-5718-43-99124-0

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**[1]**T. E. Mason, ``On amicable numbers and their generalizations,''*Amer. Math. Mo.*, v. 28, 1921, p. 195-200. MR**1519771****[2]**P. Poulet,*La Chasse aux Nombres. Fascicule I. Parfait, Amiables et Extensions*, Brussels, 1929, p. 28-51. The 156 pairs of amicable numbers, known at this time, are here classified, and include the 68 new pairs found by Poulet.**[3]**All of these pairs are in Poulet's list of 1929. It is possible that their discovery was announced earlier in Gérardin's periodical*Sphinx Oedipe*.**[4]**P. Poulet, ``De nouveaux amiables,''*Sphinx*, v. 4, 1934, p. 134-135, Poulet here states that Mr. Escott had sent him 322 pairs of amicable numbers; he prints 21 pairs discovered by Mr. Escott, and all but one of the 42 numbers are less than 10. The other 214 pairs have not yet been published.**[5]**B. H. Brown, ``A new pair of amicable numbers,''*Amer. Math. Mo.*v. 46, 1939, p. 345.

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