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Problem Set Volume 4 Page
The Puzzle Corner of the MATC Mathematics Club
Madison Area Technical College
Madison, Wisconsin


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 antimagic 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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