# Haskell Quiz/Weird Numbers

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## Latest revision as of 23:54, 10 August 2008

RubyQuiz #57: A weird number is defined as a number, n, such that the sum of all its divisors (excluding n itself) is greater than n, but no subset of its divisors sums up to exactly n.