heterosquares and less restrictive variations

Jon Awbrey jawbrey at att.net
Wed Aug 20 04:42:47 CEST 2008


i think potter-heads would call that a "squib square" ...


Leroy Quet wrote:
> A "heterosquare" is like a magic-square, except that
> we want the sums of the columns, of the rows, and of
> the main diagonals to each be DISTINCT. The integers
> 1,2,3,...,n^2 are put in the cells of the square, of
> course.
> http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Heterosquare.html

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