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Hello all, I just made two threads about magic squares and regular squares, and in the process of making them, one of my questions I had written down asked why all regular squares are necessarily magic. Now I have another question!
Q: Is there a square that is a "Magic Square" and not necessarily a "Regular Square" as well? For the sake of consistency, if such an occurrence exists could someone give me a nxn square in decimal and base n for n=4 ? (4x4 square)
Here is my other thread on Regular Squares where I defined them as specified in my reference textbook:
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...questions.html