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Monthly Archives: July 2016
Almostmagic squares of squares
In the last post we saw that every 3×3 almostmagic square is a rearrangement of three threeterm arithmetic progressions that have the same common difference. In other words, if we pick any three numbers x, y and z, and any … Continue reading
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Magic squares of squares: Part I
A recent Numberphile video discussed an intriguing unsolved problem in number theory: is there a 3×3 magic square whose entries are all square numbers? (Matt Parker proposed a solution which doesn’t quite work: see the video for more. The “Parker … Continue reading
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