The idea of nested magic squares is well known in the literature, generally known by bordered magic squares. In this work, nested magic squares are studied in such a way that the magic sums are equal to the order of the magic square. The study include integer values. In some cases decimal entries with positive … Continue reading Bordered Magic Squares With Order Square Magic Sums
The idea of bordered magic squares is well known in the literature. In this work, bordered magic squares are constructed in such a way that the final magic sum of each bordered magic square is 2020. The work is for the orders 3 to 25. In each case, a symmetric result is found for the … Continue reading Fractional and Decimal Type Bordered Magic Squares With Magic Sum 2020
References: Inder J. Taneja, 2020 In Numbers: Mathematical Style – Revised, Zenodo, December 31, 2019, pp. 1-37, http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3596193. Inder J. Taneja, Representations of Letters and Numbers With Equal Sums Magic Squares of Orders 4 and 6, Zenodo, February 1, 2019, pp. 1-82, http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2555287.
The idea of nested magic squares is well known in the literature, generally known by bordered magic squares. In this work, nested magic squares are studied for the consecutive natural numbers for the orders 5 to 25. Properties like, sub-magic squares sums, total entries sums, borders entries sums, etc. are studies. Final results lead us to symmetric properties. … Continue reading Symmetric Properties of Nested Magic Squares
Magic Squares Inder J. Taneja, Block-Wise Equal Sums Pandiagonal Magic Squares of Order 4k, Zenodo, January 31, 2019, pp. 1-17, http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2554288 Inder J. Taneja, Magic Rectangles in Construction of Block-Wise Pandiagonal Magic Squares, Zenodo, January 31, 2019, pp. 1-49, http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2554520 Inder J. Taneja, Magic Crosses: Repeated and Non Repeated Entries, Zenodo, February 1, 2019, pp. … Continue reading Publications: Magic Squares
The idea of nested magic squares is well known in the literature, generally known by bordered magic squares. Instead, considering entries as consecutive numbers, we considered consecutive odd numbers entries. This gives us perfect square sum magic squares. We worked with magic squares of orders 3 to 25. Finally, the result can be written in … Continue reading Nested Magic Squares With Perfect Square Sums, Pythagorean Triples, and Borders Differences
Reference: H. White, Borded Magic Squares, http://budshaw.ca/BorderedMagicSquares.html