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How many squares are there in a 6×6 magic square?

How many squares are there in a 6×6 magic square?

Twenty Four Magic Squares from a single “Root” Pattern.

How do you calculate a magic square?

Magic Square Solution

  1. List the numbers in order from least to greatest on a sheet of paper.
  2. Add all nine of the numbers on your list up to get the total.
  3. Divide the total from Step 2 by 3.
  4. Go back to your list of numbers and the number in the very middle of that list will be placed in the center of the magic square.

What is the magic number of the magic square of order 6?

I remember there are no pandiagonal squares of order 6 (nor symmetrical). The number of magic squares of order 6 is still unknown; this number has been estimated (see Walter TRUMP’s site)….

Magic conditions: B-A=D-C=F-E and C-B=E-D
Note: the 6 rows and the 2 diagonals are regular.

How to construct a 6 x 6 magic square?

How to construct 6 x 6 Magic square | Maths IS Fun! 1)Draw a 6 x 6 empty square. 2)Draw a bold line after the third square, Horizontally and vertically. 3).Now the 6 x 6 magic square will be divided into four 3 x 3 Magic squares.

What’s the best way to solve a 3×3 magic square?

The only way to use these numbers to solve a 3×3 magic square is by excluding either your highest or your lowest number. Once you have done so, assign the lowest remaining value to 1, the next lowest to 2, the next to 3, and so on an so forth until you assign the highest remaining value to 9.

Can you make a magic square out of any number?

You can create 4X4 magic square for any number without using consecutive numbers. For example, the numbers 1, 4, 7, 10, 14, 17, 20, 23, 27, 30, 33, 36, 40, 43, 46 & 49 will produce a magic constant of 100.

What is the magic constant for a 6×6 puzzle?

The worksheets with normal variations of these puzzles (6×6 puzzles that contain 1-36 in their cells) have a magic constant of 111 no matter how the numbers are arranged in each puzzle. Just because you know the magic constant, don’t think these are easy though!