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The number n is perfect if the sum of all its positive divisors except itself is equal to n.
Less than perfect numbers are called deficient, too perfect -- abundant.
The number n is called an apocalyptic power if 2n contains the consecutive digits 666 (in decimal).
A positive integer greater than 1 that is not prime is called composite.
Composite numbers are opposite to prime numbers.
A number is even if it is divisible by 2.
Numbers that are not even are odd. Compare with another pair -- evil and odious numbers.
One can take the sum of the squares of the digits of a number. Those numbers are happy for which iterating this operation eventually leads to 1.
The number n is odious if it has an odd number of 1's in its binary expansion.
Guess what evil numbers are.
The number n is practical if all numbers strictly less than n are sums of distinct divisors of n.
If you start with n points on a line, then draw n-1 points above and between, then n-2 above and between them, and so on, you will get a triangle of points. The number of points in this triangle is a triangle number.
Compare to square, pentagonal and tetrahedral numbers.
The next Ulam number is uniquely the sum of two earlier distinct Ulam numbers.