from The Century Dictionary.
- In entomology, nearly perfect; deficient in some parts: as, semiperfect limbs; a semiperfect neuration.
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Best of all, by virtue of its being ten times a perfect number, 60 is a semiperfect number, which to us mortals is as good as it gets.
A semiperfect number in mathematics is where all or some of the factors of the number sum up to the number itself.
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The last chapters of this volume provide the theory of semiprime Noetherian semiperfect and semidistributive rings.
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a weird number is a number that is natural but not semiperfect. en Español
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