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The fact that the two corner cells are even means that we have only 2 even numbers at our disposal. Thus, the second statement is not compatible with this fact.
Hence, it must be the case that the first statement is true: two of the three numbers should be odd, while one be even. Now let a, b, d, e be odd numbers while c and f be even numbers.
It is also useful to have a table of their sum and differences for later reference. The admissibility of the corner numbers is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for the solution to exist.
Thus, the pair 8, 12 is not admissible. By similar process of reasoning, we can also rule out the pair 6, While 28 does not fall within the sets D or S , 16 falls in set S.
While 10 does not fall within the sets D or S , -6 falls in set D. While 30 does not fall within the sets D or S , 14 falls in set S. While 8 does not fall within the sets D or S , -4 falls in set D.
The finished skeleton squares are given below. The magic square is obtained by adding 13 to each cells. Using similar process of reasoning, we can construct the following table for the values of u, v, a, b, c, d, e, f expressed as bone numbers as given below.
There are only 6 possible choices for the corner cells, which leads to 10 possible border solutions. More bordered squares can be constructed if the numbers are not consecutive.
If non-consecutive bone numbers were also used, then there are a total of magic borders. Thus, the total number of order 5 essentially different bordered magic squares with consecutive and non-consecutive numbers is , Exhaustive enumeration of all the borders of a magic square of a given order, as done previously, is very tedious.
As such a structured solution is often desirable, which allows us to construct a border for a square of any order. Below we give three algorithms for constructing border for odd, doubly even, and singly even squares.
These continuous enumeration algorithms were discovered in 10th century by Arab scholars; and their earliest surviving exposition comes from the two treatises by al-Buzjani and al-Antaki, although they themselves were not the discoverers.
Odd ordered squares : The following is the algorithm given by al-Buzjani to construct a border for odd squares. Starting from the cell above the lower left corner, we put the numbers alternately in left column and bottom row until we arrive at the middle cell.
The next number is written in the middle cell of the bottom row just reached, after which we fill the cell in the upper left corner, then the middle cell of the right column, then the upper right corner.
After this, starting from the cell above middle cell of the right column already filled, we resume the alternate placement of the numbers in the right column and the top row.
Once half of the border cells are filled, the other half are filled by numbers complementary to opposite cells. The subsequent inner borders is filled in the same manner, until the square of order 3 is filled.
Doubly even order : The following is the method given by al-Antaki. The peculiarity of this algorithm is that the adjacent corner cells are occupied by numbers n and n - 1.
Starting at the upper left corner cell, we put the successive numbers by groups of four, the first one next to the corner, the second and the third on the bottom, and the fourth at the top, and so on until there remains in the top row excluding the corners six empty cells.
We then write the next two numbers above and the next four below. We then fill the upper corners, first left then right. We place the next number below the upper right corner in the right column, the next number on the other side in the left column.
We then resume placing groups of four consecutive numbers in the two columns as before. Singly even order : For singly even order, we have the algorithm given by al-Antaki.
Here the corner cells are occupied by n and n - 1. Below is an example of 10th-order square. Start by placing 1 at the bottom row next to the left corner cell, then place 2 in the top row.
After this, place 3 at the bottom row and turn around the border in anti-clockwise direction placing the next numbers, until n - 2 is reached on the right column.
The next two numbers are placed in the upper corners n - 1 in upper left corner and n in upper right corner. Then, the next two numbers are placed on the left column, then we resume the cyclic placement of the numbers until half of all the border cells are filled.
Let the two magic squares be of orders m and n. In the square of order n , reduce by 1 the value of all the numbers. The squares of order m are added n 2 times to the sub-squares of the final square.
The peculiarity of this construction method is that each magic subsquare will have different magic sums. The square made of such magic sums from each magic subsquare will again be a magic square.
The smallest composite magic square of order 9, composed of two order 3 squares is given below. The next smallest composite magic squares of order 12, composed of magic squares of order 3 and 4 are given below.
For the base squares, there is only one essentially different 3rd order square, while there essentially different 4th-order squares that we can choose from.
Each pairing can produce two different composite squares. When the squares are of doubly even order, we can construct a composite magic square in a manner more elegant than the above process, in the sense that every magic subsquare will have the same magic constant.
Let n be the order of the main square and m the order of the equal subsquares. Each subsquare as a whole will yield the same magic sum.
The advantage of this type of composite square is that each subsquare is filled in the same way and their arrangement is arbitrary.
Thus, the knowledge of a single construction of even order will suffice to fill the whole square. Furthermore, if the subsquares are filled in the natural sequence, then the resulting square will be pandiagonal.
Each subsquare is pandiagonal with magic constant ; while the whole square on the left is also pandiagonal with magic constant In another example below, we have divided the order 12 square into four order 6 squares.
Each of the order 6 squares are filled with eighteen small numbers and their complements using bordering technique given by al-Antaki. If we remove the shaded borders of the order 6 subsquares and form an order 8 square, then this order 8 square is again a magic square.
In this method a magic square is "multiplied" with a medjig square to create a larger magic square. The namesake of this method derives from mathematical game called medjig created by Willem Barink in , although the method itself is much older.
An early instance of a magic square constructed using this method occurs in Yang Hui's text for order 6 magic square. The LUX method to construct singly even magic squares is a special case of the medjig method, where only 3 out of 24 patterns are used to construct the medjig square.
Assuming that we have an initial magic square base, the challenge lies in constructing a medjig square.
For reference, the sums of each medjig piece along the rows, columns and diagonals, denoted in italics, are:. Doubly even squares : The smallest even ordered medjig square is of order 2 with magic constant 6.
Another possibility is to wrap a smaller medjig square core with a medjig border. Yet another possibility is to append a row and a column to an odd ordered medjig square.
Singly even squares : Medjig square of order 1 does not exist. As such, the smallest odd ordered medjig square is of order 3, with magic constant 9.
There are only 7 ways of partitioning the integer 9, our magic constant, into three parts. If these three parts correspond to three of the medjig pieces in a row, column or diagonal, then the relevant partitions for us are.
Another approach is to append a row and a column to an even ordered medjig square. Approaches such as the LUX method can also be used.
Solving partially completed magic squares is a popular mathematical pastime. The techniques needed are similar to those used in Sudoku or KenKen puzzles, and involve deducing the values of unfilled squares using logic and permutation group theory Sudoku grids are not magic squares but are based on a related idea called Graeco-Latin squares.
A magic square in which the number of letters in the name of each number in the square generates another magic square is called an alphamagic square.
There are magic squares consisting entirely of primes. The Green—Tao theorem implies that there are arbitrarily large magic squares consisting of primes.
The following "reversible magic square" has a magic constant of both upside down and right way up: . When the extra constraint is to display some date, especially a birth date, then such magic squares are called birthday magic square.
An early instance of such birthday magic square was created by Srinivasa Ramanujan. Not only do the rows, columns, and diagonals add up to the same number, but the four corners, the four middle squares 17, 9, 24, 89 , the first and last rows two middle numbers 12, 18, 86, 23 , and the first and last columns two middle numbers 88, 10, 25, 16 all add up to the sum of Instead of adding the numbers in each row, column and diagonal, one can apply some other operation.
For example, a multiplicative magic square has a constant product of numbers. A multiplicative magic square can be derived from an additive magic square by raising 2 or any other integer to the power of each element, because the logarithm of the product of 2 numbers is the sum of logarithm of each.
Additive-multiplicative magic squares and semimagic squares satisfy properties of both ordinary and multiplicative magic squares and semimagic squares, respectively.
Magic squares may be constructed which contain geometric shapes instead of numbers. Such squares, known as geometric magic squares , were invented and named by Lee Sallows in In the example shown the shapes appearing are two dimensional.
It was Sallows' discovery that all magic squares are geometric, the numbers that appear in numerical magic squares can be interpreted as a shorthand notation which indicates the lengths of straight line segments that are the geometric 'shapes' occurring in the square.
That is, numerical magic squares are that special case of a geometric magic square using one dimensional shapes. In , following initial ideas of William Walkington and Inder Taneja , the first linear area magic square L-AMS was constructed by Walter Trump.
Other two dimensional shapes than squares can be considered. The general case is to consider a design with N parts to be magic if the N parts are labeled with the numbers 1 through N and a number of identical sub-designs give the same sum.
Examples include magic circles , magic rectangles, magic triangles  magic stars , magic hexagons , magic diamonds.
Going up in dimension results in magic spheres, magic cylinders, magic cubes , magic parallelepiped, magic solids, and other magic hypercubes.
Possible magic shapes are constrained by the number of equal-sized, equal-sum subsets of the chosen set of labels.
In , Demirörs, Rafraf, and Tanik published a method for converting some magic squares into n -queens solutions, and vice versa.
Magic squares of order 3 through 9, assigned to the seven planets, and described as means to attract the influence of planets and their angels or demons during magical practices, can be found in several manuscripts all around Europe starting at least since the 15th century.
Among the best known, the Liber de Angelis , a magical handbook written around , is included in Cambridge Univ. MS Dd. It will, in particular, help women during a difficult childbirth.
In about Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa wrote De Occulta Philosophia , drawing on the Hermetic and magical works of Marsilio Ficino and Pico della Mirandola.
In its edition, he expounded on the magical virtues of the seven magical squares of orders 3 to 9, each associated with one of the astrological planets, much in the same way as the older texts did.
This book was very influential throughout Europe until the counter-reformation , and Agrippa's magic squares, sometimes called kameas, continue to be used within modern ceremonial magic in much the same way as he first prescribed.
The most common use for these kameas is to provide a pattern upon which to construct the sigils of spirits , angels or demons ; the letters of the entity's name are converted into numbers, and lines are traced through the pattern that these successive numbers make on the kamea.
In a magical context, the term magic square is also applied to a variety of word squares or number squares found in magical grimoires , including some that do not follow any obvious pattern, and even those with differing numbers of rows and columns.
They are generally intended for use as talismans. For instance the following squares are: The Sator square , one of the most famous magic squares found in a number of grimoires including the Key of Solomon ; a square "to overcome envy", from The Book of Power ;  and two squares from The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage , the first to cause the illusion of a superb palace to appear, and the second to be worn on the head of a child during an angelic invocation :.
A magic square in a musical composition is not a block of numbers — it is a generating principle, to be learned and known intimately, perceived inwardly as a multi-dimensional projection into that vast chaotic!
Projected onto the page, a magic square is a dead, black conglomeration of digits; tune in, and one hears a powerful, orbiting dynamo of musical images, glowing with numen and lumen.
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