List of the site's news added January 3rd, 2006
- Do you know that there is a link between Sudokus
and bimagic squares?
- Updated records table with highly
multimagic squares: heptamagic, octamagic, and more... Independant works
of Pierre Tougne (France), Pan Fengchu (China),
Harm Derksen / Christian Eggermont / Arno van den Essen (USA/Netherlands),
and Jaroslaw Wroblewski (Poland)
- New page on the magic squares of cubes,
excerpt from the
article Some
Notes on the Magic Squares of Squares Problem published in The Mathematical
Intelligencer.
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With two open problems on magic squares of cubes
- Updated table summarizing very
new results on multiplicative magic squares,
and three new pages on bigger orders:
- Discovery of the smallest multiplicative squares
of order 6 and 7
- Discovery of the smallest multiplicative squares
of order 8 and 9, including results of Luke Pebody, England,
and my new additive-multiplicative
magic squares better than the previously known squares
- Smallest known multiplicative squares of orders 10,
11, 12,... 17. Thanks to Edwin Clark, USA, Don
Reble, Canada, and Günter Stertenbrink, Germany, for
their checkings of my big squares
- ??!!?? Open
problems on multiplicative magic squares. Who will solve some of them?
- New nearly bimagic square of order
13 and of
order 14, by Jacques Guéron, France.
- Such numbers were considered as impossible to compute only some
months ago! Walter Trump, Germany, using a method
invented by Lorenz Schlangen, computed:
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