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Magic-in-more-than-one-way Square (Posted on 2004-06-24) Difficulty: 3 of 5
The following square is magic in more than one way -- can you see why?
 5	22	18	
28	15	 2	
12	 8	25

  Submitted by Federico Kereki    
Rating: 3.0000 (2 votes)
Solution: (Hide)
If you spell each number, and substitute the letters of each word for the number, you'll get a new magic square:

 4	9	 8	
11	7	 3	
 6	5	10
For example, the top left square is a 4, because FIVE has four letters.

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  Subject Author Date
No SubjectCharleyA.2007-04-19 12:39:11
re: More on the solutionCharlie2004-06-26 00:33:24
I like oskar's solution the best so far...Erik O.2004-06-25 09:23:19
re: Good solution OskarThalamus2004-06-25 00:28:26
Good solution OskarNosher2004-06-24 22:15:17
SolutionYet another (different) solutionOskar2004-06-24 14:12:15
re(2): More on the solutionErik O.2004-06-24 13:40:00
re: More on the solutionThalamus2004-06-24 12:49:13
SolutionMore on the solutionErik O.2004-06-24 12:42:18
Hints/Tipsperhaps...Thalamus2004-06-24 11:58:05
I can see whyPenny2004-06-24 10:55:26
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