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## Ans 12:

Class : Class 2

this is not possible! there are 3 squares in a row and a sleeping line and 3*3=9!

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Class : Class 6

I said statement 2 is false but it came wrong and when I referred my book and googled it it showed :a perfect number is a number that is equal to the sum of its proper divisors. for eg. 6 3 2 1=6 hence 6 is a perfect number

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Class : Class 6

it is wrong.a perfect number is the one whose factors,when added ,gives the same numberhence,it is wrong

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Class : Class 6

The answer is absolutely wrong. A perfect number in which the sum of it's factors is equal to the number.

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