Amicable numbers

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(Math.) two numbers, each of which is equal to the sum of all the aliquot parts of the other.
- Bouvier.

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Well-represented here are Euler's contributions to geometry, including his enhancements of Pythagoras, number theory, including his work on odd perfect numbers and amicable numbers, combinatorics, including his work on Venn diagrams and orthogonal matrices, and a full range of his work in analysis, one article of which shows how Euler discovered America.