Hi, I'm new here and so I first want to say "Hi, everybody"!!
I've got a little problem with Euclid's method to find perfect numbers.
The question is, how to prove that any number like p^n, where p is a prime and n is a positive integer, it cant be perfect?
Actually 3^4 isnt perfect at all...and this should be enough...or not?
Thanks in advance ;)