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Problem Set Volume 4 Page
The Puzzle Corner of the MATC Mathematics Club
Madison Area Technical College
|Problem Set #4 ( Click here for the solutions ).|
|1. A simple 3x3 magic square is a square in which all the
integers from 1 to 9 are placed in a grid as shown below such that row sums, column sums, and
diagonal sums are all equal to 15.
Make an anti-magic square, in which the row, column, and diagonal sums are all different.
Click here to download a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that has been programmed to aid in calculating Magic Squares.
Click here to see a web page describing a connection between chess and magic squares.
|2. The digits from 0 to 9 have been used in the multiplication
below. Fill in the missing numbers:
|3. Replace the letters below with single digits, so that the addition
will be numerically correct.
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