## How do you solve 3×3 magic squares?

Solving 3 x 3 Magic Squares

- List the nine consecutive numbers in order.
- Add them up then divide by three.
- The very middle number in a consecutive number list is the number for the middle square.
- Apply the rules in the magic square solution diagram.

**How do you solve a magic square puzzle?**

Magic Square Solution

- List the numbers in order from least to greatest on a sheet of paper.
- Add all nine of the numbers on your list up to get the total.
- Divide the total from Step 2 by 3.
- Go back to your list of numbers and the number in the very middle of that list will be placed in the center of the magic square.

**What is the formula for magic squares?**

Remember the equation: 54 (the target number) minus 34 (our original magic square total) = 20. And then you divide 20 by 4 to get 5 with no remainder! All you have to do is add 5 to each of the 16 numbers in your new grid and it will work.

### How many magic squares are there for 3×3?

There are 8 possible magic squares for 3 X 3 matrix.

**Is there a mathematical way to solve Sudoku?**

In fact, mathematical thinking in the form of logical deduction is very useful in solving Sudokus. The most basic strategy to solve a Sudoku puzzle is to first write down, in each empty cell, all possible entries that will not contradict the One Rule with respect to the given cells.

**What is a 3 by 3 magic square?**

A 3 × 3 magic square is a square grid containing the numbers 1 to 9 in such a way that the sum of each row, column, and diagonal has the same “magic total”.

#### How does a magic square work?

A magic square is an n x n square with a whole number written inside each cell, so that the sum of the numbers in every row, in every column and in each of the main diagonals is equal. This number is called the magic number. The main diagonals are those that stretch from corner to corner.

**Why is 28 the perfect number?**

A number is perfect if all of its factors, including 1 but excluding itself, perfectly add up to the number you began with. 6, for example, is perfect, because its factors — 3, 2, and 1 — all sum up to 6. 28 is perfect too: 14, 7, 4, 2, and 1 add up to 28.

**Why is 1729 a magic number?**

It is 1729. Discovered by mathemagician Srinivas Ramanujan, 1729 is said to be the magic number because it is the sole number which can be expressed as the sum of the cubes of two different sets of numbers.

## What is the biggest magic square?

MANIBHAI KANJIBHAI PATEL (Born June 1, 1955) & Miss UNNATI MANIBHAI PATEL (Born December 25, 1982) from Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India, had created a new record by creating the World’s largest magic square of 6051 x 6051 with multi-magic square, placing American Zip codes in a graphical form and it also has 4 small magic …

**Is Sudoku a magic square?**

1 (Anyone finishing a newspaper sudoku puzzle will have produced a sudoku solution of order nine, with slightly different symbols.) A sudoku solution of order n2 becomes a magic sudoku solution if each n × n subsquare is a magic square of order n: each row, column, and diagonal of the square adds to the same number.

**What is the hardest Sudoku?**

AI Escargot

Tough, tougher, toughest When Inkala developed the AI Escargot in 2006, he said, it is “the most difficult sudoku-puzzle known so far.” “I called the puzzle AI Escargot, because it looks like a snail. Solving it is like an intellectual culinary pleasure. Escargot claimed the top spot for sudoku’s most baffling puzzles.