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 Post subject: correction in question
PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 11:36 pm 
just posted a question to be solved its 1st box is all medduled up so no for that ones are as follows and we have to use it as a guide to do those questions.
36 16 3
1 12 144
48 9 4


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 Post subject: correction in question
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 8:59 am 
first answer/grid is

28 49 2
1 14 196
98 4 7

working through the second one, will give the explaination after that.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 9:01 am 
Have given answer on other post


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 9:03 am 
the second one is:

32 4 4
1 8 64
16 16 2

did u get the logic? or I need to explain it?


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 9:09 am 
somebody else already answered and explained it, sorry i didn't see it. anyways solving these are very interesting.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 9:59 am 
hi it's me again, who posted this question :roll:
yeah these are the answers my son has worked out and has taken to show to his teacher. i think i confused him by saying that we can't use same number again i.e. 4& 16. well i am happy he has worked out right answers by himself (what about me; BLUSH :oops: he is going to kill me over this matter now). anyways any clue for the question no.2 please, is it yes or no? i would like to thank all of you for response.


mum's reply wrote:
the second one is:

32 4 4
1 8 64
16 16 2

did u get the logic? or I need to explain it?


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 Post subject: thanx
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 9:59 am 
hi it's me again, who posted this question :roll:
yeah these are the answers my son has worked out and has taken to show to his teacher. i think i confused him by saying that we can't use same number again i.e. 4& 16. well i am happy he has worked out right answers by himself (what about me; BLUSH :oops: he is going to kill me over this matter now). anyways any clue for the question no.2 please, is it yes or no? i would like to thank all of you for response.


mum's reply wrote:
the second one is:

32 4 4
1 8 64
16 16 2

did u get the logic? or I need to explain it?


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 Post subject: thanx
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 10:03 am 
hi it's me again, who posted this question :roll:
yeah these are the answers my son has worked out and has taken to show to his teacher. i think i confused him by saying that we can't use same number again i.e. 4& 16. well i am happy he has worked out right answers by himself (what about me; BLUSH :oops: he is going to kill me over this matter now). anyways any clue for the question no.2 please, is it yes or no? i would like to thank all of you for response.


mum's reply wrote:
the second one is:

32 4 4
1 8 64
16 16 2

did u get the logic? or I need to explain it?


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 11:48 am 
I think the answers you need to give are these:

1) In a product magic square the 3 numbers along each vertical, horizontal and diagonal when multiplied together give you the multiplication or product magic constant. This is 1728 for the first square, 2744 for the second and 512 for the last.

2) No, you don't need to know the product magic constant to produce the square because you can use the ratio method which I have given on the other discussion thread.


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 Post subject: thanks deary
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 11:53 am 
jah wrote:
I think the answers you need to give are these:

1) In a product magic square the 3 numbers along each vertical, horizontal and diagonal when multiplied together give you the multiplication or product magic constant. This is 1728 for the first square, 2744 for the second and 512 for the last.

2) No, you don't need to know the product magic constant to produce the square because you can use the ratio method which I have given on the other discussion thread.


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