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Very Magic Square (Posted on 2003-11-21) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Can you create a 4x4 magic square that still works with the same total when turned upside down?

[A Magic Square is a grid of numbers whose rows, columns and long diagonals add up to the same total. All the numbers in the square must be different.]

[By 'turned upside down' I mean that if 106 is the number in the top left corner in the original magic square, then 901 is in the bottom right corner of the inverted square]

See The Solution Submitted by fwaff    
Rating: 3.3333 (6 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
Handwriting...pcbouhid2008-06-09 22:32:18
Some ThoughtsNo SubjectK Sengupta2007-07-28 15:56:27
Another way to do this:Gamer2003-11-22 14:16:55
re(3): solution - very niceVictor Zapana2003-11-21 21:01:39
re(2): solution - very niceVictor Zapana2003-11-21 21:00:07
re: solution - very niceSilverKnight2003-11-21 18:14:49
re: solutionVictor Zapana2003-11-21 17:56:58
solutionVictor Zapana2003-11-21 17:53:48
Question5s and 2s legal?John2003-11-21 16:42:57
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