maths magic squares

 

Magic Squares

A magic square is a set of integers arranged in a square in such away that each row, each column (and often the two diagonals as well) sum to the same number.
For example: This 3 x 3 magic square's rows, columns and diagonals each add up to the number 15.

4 9 2
3 5 7
8 1 6

This 4 x 4 magic square's rows, columns and diagonals each add up to the number 34.

3 6 10 15
13 12 8 1
16 9 5 4
2 7 11 14

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