# Arithmetic Numbers

## Details

An arithmetic number is a number for which the average of its divisors is
an integer. For example, number **6** is arithmetic because its divisors
(**1**, **2**, **3** and **6**) average **3**.

Print all the arithmetic numbers from **1** to **10,000** inclusive,
each on their own line.

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