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Numbers Which Factor as Their Digital Sum Times a Prime

@inproceedings{Witno2010NumbersWF,
  title={Numbers Which Factor as Their Digital Sum Times a Prime},
  author={Amin Witno},
  year={2010}
}
A natural number n is Niven when n is divisible by its digital sum, denoted by S(n). We study Niven numbers which come in the form n = S(n)◊p, for some prime number p. Two constructions of such numbers are given, with suggestions for further studies and conjectures to solve. 

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