# Category:Amicable Pairs

This category contains results about Amicable Pairs.

Definitions specific to this category can be found in Definitions/Amicable Pairs.

$m$ and $n$ are an **amicable pair** if and only if:

- the aliquot sum of $m$ is equal to $n$

and:

- the aliquot sum of $n$ is equal to $m$.

## Pages in category "Amicable Pairs"

The following 30 pages are in this category, out of 30 total.

### A

- Amicable Pair with Smallest Common Prime Factor 5
- Amicable Pair/Examples/10,744-10,856
- Amicable Pair/Examples/1184-1210
- Amicable Pair/Examples/17,296-18,416
- Amicable Pair/Examples/220-284
- Amicable Pair/Examples/2620-2924
- Amicable Pair/Examples/5020-5564
- Amicable Pair/Examples/59,554,936,495,441,481,044,788,091,271,148,664,944,796,300,859,243,635,311,219,048,448-59,554,936,495,441,891,385,123,332,422,108,719,776,971,992,921,810,832,072,976,105,472
- Amicable Pair/Examples/6232-6368

### O

- Odd Amicable Pair/Examples
- Odd Amicable Pair/Examples/1,175,265-1,438,983
- Odd Amicable Pair/Examples/12,285-14,595
- Odd Amicable Pair/Examples/29,912,035,725-34,883,817,075
- Odd Amicable Pair/Examples/31,695,652,275-33,100,200,525
- Odd Amicable Pair/Examples/32,129,958,525-32,665,894,275
- Odd Amicable Pair/Sequence