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Chapter 7.1, Problem 9ES

Textbook Problem

Define a function
*n*.

*S*(*n*)=the sum of the positive diviord of *n*.

Find the following:

*S*(1)*S*(15)*S*(17)*S*(5)*S*(18)*S*(21)

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