John H. Jaroma

1Steven Gimbel
1John Jaroma
1James Jospeh Sylvester
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  • Steven Gimbel, John Jaroma, James Jospeh Sylvester, John H Jaroma
  • 2015
In 1888, James Joseph Sylvester (1814-1897) published a series of papers that he hoped would pave the way for a general proof of the nonexistence of an odd perfect number (OPN). Seemingly unaware that more than fifty years earlier Benjamin Peirce had proved that an odd perfect number must have at least four distinct prime divisors, Sylvester began his(More)
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