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#1 2005-12-11 08:08:25

krassi_holmz
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Magic square computation

How can I make a program that by given n^2 integers to answer how can you make or if there doesn't exist a magic square from these integers?

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#2 2005-12-11 08:33:31

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Re: Magic square computation

I believe you can use an additive process - you construct the square out of several special tilings.

Ahhh ... Wikipedia has an answer here (half way down)


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#3 2005-12-11 20:06:56

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Re: Magic square computation

Thank you very much.


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#4 2005-12-11 23:04:28

isthathomas
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Re: Magic square computation

are you makeing a magic square waw!

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#5 2005-12-12 20:23:48

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Re: Magic square computation

This is one for you:-

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


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#6 2005-12-17 07:23:46

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Re: Magic square computation

And interesting hard task:
Prove that there dosen't exist magic square of non-serial fibbonachi numbers.
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