Find a 4x4 magic square with magic constant being 188 (base ten) and each of whose 16 entries is a non leading zeroes positive binary palindrome.
*** Disregard rotations and reflections.
(In reply to
re: Magic Squares by Charlie)
To be a nonnormal Magic Square and a nonSagrada FamÃlia magic square, and yet follow the traditional rules of a Magic Square variant, the Magic Square does not need the numbers to begin with the first number of the sequence or even be consecutively sequential within the given sequence  but unique.
Ady had provided an example of a Sagrada Familia magic square solution in his post.
My earlier post posed the question as to whether this nonnormal Magic Square problem was meant to be a Sagrada Familia magic square. Also was posed whether a nonSagrada Familia magic square, i.e., more traditional form of magic square (but, of course obviously not a traditional, also known as normal magic square) existed for a 4x4 matrix where only positive binary palindrome numbers are considered  and, more specifically, if one is constrained to the given constant of 188 (base10).
This question has effectively been answered in the next post by Harry. The answer being that a solution exists that is not a Sagrada Familia magic square, as it has no duplicated numbers.
Edited on December 26, 2015, 11:12 pm

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on 20151226 09:52:35 