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By strider, on February 5th, 2011
Tweet I have met with some disappointment as to how a methodology for creating a 4×4 square should pan out, and instead I have come up with many different algorithms, each resulting in its own small sets of magic squares, but had stumbled upon a set of squares with similar “hypermagical” properties which I called the […] […]
Go to article Recreational Math I: Magic Squares: the “really good” kind – Part 6
By strider, on January 22nd, 2011
Tweet Last time I introduced the idea of magic squares. I promised I would show you how to make one. In this post, I will begin by discussing “trivial” squares, or squares made by simple rules of following diagonals and wrapping. When I say a square is “magic”, I mean that all rows, columns, and diagonals add […] […]
Go to article Recreational Math I: Magic Squares: the “really good” kind – Part 2
By strider, on January 19th, 2011
Tweet Introduction ONE OF THE few things you see on the web these days is how to do a really good magic square. There are many websites that tell you about how spiralling arrangements of sequential numbers on a square matrix is magic, but for me, that’s dull. You are limited to doing seemingly less than a […] […]
Go to article Recreational Math I: Magic Squares: the “really good” kind

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