Q: Is 496 a deficient number

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No, 496 is a "perfect" number, the sum of all of the numbers that can be divided into it, excluding 496 itself. So 1+2+4+8+16+31+62+124+248 = 496.

55 is deficient.

NO- 24 is not deficient.

A deficient number is a number with its proper factors equalling a lower number than itself.

It's deficient

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No, 496 is a "perfect" number, the sum of all of the numbers that can be divided into it, excluding 496 itself. So 1+2+4+8+16+31+62+124+248 = 496.

no. its a type of number. as in, a number can be deficient.

55 is deficient.

NO- 24 is not deficient.

It's deficient

A deficient number is a number with its proper factors equalling a lower number than itself.

deficient

It is deficient.

496

a deficient number is greater than the sum of its proper divisors

52 is deficient.

74 is deficient.