Why Only Semi-Perfect
A multiplicative perfect number is a positive integer \(n\) who's divisors' product totals to \(n^2\).
For example, the factors of \(22\) are \(1,2,11,22,~~1\cdot2\cdot11\cdot22=484\)
Define the term semi-multiplicative perfect number as a positive integer who's divisors' product (including the number itself) totals to \(n^3\). Find the sum of the first 8 semi-multiplicative perfect numbers.