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 Multimagic squares

What's a multimagic square?
- Records table
   . Bimagic 8
   . Trimagic 128,  64,  32,  12
   . Tetramagic 256,  243
   . Pentamagic 1024,  729
   . Hexamagic 4096
   . Highly multimagic
- Magic squares of squares,  4-7
    . Latest research

- Squares of cubes (& 4,5 pow)  3-7,
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- Squares of 6th,  of 7th powers
- Squares of triangular & polyg nbs
- Smallest bimagic square
    . (...) with distinct integers
- Smallest trimagic square
- Smallest tetramagic square
- Smallest pentamagic square
- Bimagic squares 9,  10-11
- Bi-trimagic squares 12-16,  17-64
- Pandiagonal bi-trimagic squares
- Bimagic squares of primes
- Construction methods
- Multimagic formulas
- Multimagic series for squares
- Unsolved problems
- Enigmas  << Win 8,000!
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- Sudokus and bimagic squares
- Smallest pandiagonal Sudoku
- Sudoku's French ancestors
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- Multiplicative squares 3-4-5,
      6-7,  add-mult 8-9,
     10+,  add-mult 10+
- Pandiagonal multiplic. squares
- Smallest add-mult square


Cubes and hypercubes

- Perfect magic cubes
- Pandiagonal perfect magic cubes
- Multimagic cubes
- Smallest bimagic cube
- Multimagic series for cubes
- Multimagic hypercubes
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- Multiplicative cubes
- Pandiag. perfect multiplic. cubes


 To know more

- Bibliography
- Links


Contact

- Christian Boyer

 

Last update: February 27, 2017

 

Many thanks to Harvey Heinz
and Evelyn Matheson Styan
for their help with the English version!