Wondering if anyone has a link or a solution to this problem, its from David Wells` Penguin Dictionary of Curious and Interesting Numbers...(from the entry on the number 144)
Ive tried searching online for this magic square but can`t find it anywhere, does anyone have a web link or a solution to it?. (I would like to make the square and use it for music possibly, 12 squared is a good number/concept for music).The smallest magic square composed of consecutive primes comprises the 144 odd primes from 3 upwards. The magic constant is 4515.
Ive tried looking at various methods for constructing magic squares but they all seem to apply to sequential numbers, I am guessing making squares of consecutive primes is more difficult?
Thanks in advance for any info/advice.