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Not A Magic Square (Posted on 2004-06-19) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Place nine different digits (from 0-9) into a 3x3 grid, such that the eight sums formed by the three rows, three columns and two diagonals are consecutive numbers.

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionProblem SolutionK Sengupta2007-04-30 13:30:27
re(6): QuestionPenny2004-06-23 21:37:42
re(6): QuestionJuan2004-06-23 14:51:54
Solutionre(5): QuestionJuan2004-06-23 14:48:36
re(4): QuestionJuan2004-06-23 14:20:20
re(3): QuestionJuan2004-06-23 14:15:27
re(2): QuestionPenny2004-06-23 11:48:21
Solutionre: QuestionJuan2004-06-22 16:00:05
Observation re: Two solutionsCharlie2004-06-21 00:09:56
9 nonzero integers (variation on the puzzle)Penny2004-06-19 20:33:49
SolutionTwo solutionsCharlie2004-06-19 17:25:43
Program usedPenny2004-06-19 11:48:08
SolutionSolutionPenny2004-06-19 11:18:31
QuestionQuestionPenny2004-06-19 10:03:05
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