Geomagic Squares

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A normal 4x4 geomagic square: piece areas form the progression 1,2,..,16. The area of the target is 34: a 6×6 square having two holes. As with the squares to follow, it was arrived at through translating an initial algebraic magic square into a geometrical equivalent. I am at a loss to understand the lack of interest in algebraic magic squares shown by magic square buffs in general. Is it not clear that a square such as Lucas’ generalization is worth any number of numerical instances because they are already contained within it?  [Not all at once].

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Last Updated:
1-6-2016
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