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Multiplicative Magic Squares
November 22, 2005 9:33 AM   Subscribe

Multiplicative Magic Squares
posted by vacapinta (10 comments total)

 
I love math. I love this. Thank you for showing the joy that good one-link FPPs can contain.
posted by Plutor at 9:49 AM on November 22, 2005


i understood 4 words in that article.
posted by jinx at 10:21 AM on November 22, 2005


I thought this was going to be about marshmallow rice krispy treats laced with LSD. Very disappointing.
posted by tim451 at 10:29 AM on November 22, 2005


Here I thought you were going to tell me that Sudoku was discovered in the 1950's by a Turkish operative, who was then imprisoned, spent years digging a network of tunnels to escape, and defected to Japan.
posted by iamck at 10:50 AM on November 22, 2005


I just recently discovered Sodoku, and it has been a major time suck. Apparently this is going to get worse before it gets better. Thanks for the link.
posted by lucasks at 11:13 AM on November 22, 2005


Here's Durer's Melencholia
posted by ori at 11:14 AM on November 22, 2005


Ah right. Ed Pegg Jr's previous column was on the origins of Sudoku

Ed Pegg Jr. recently took over this column and I recommend it highly as a column-to-watch for those, like me, interested in mathematical games.
posted by vacapinta at 11:19 AM on November 22, 2005


I went to an MAA conference last year, and one of the keynote speakers chose to talk about magic squares. Her talk was great.

I have a hard time getting interested in them though.
posted by teece at 11:26 AM on November 22, 2005


Stop talking about Sudoku! Besides the squares and the numbers, this is totally different. Ooh, ooh, this reminds me of hopscotch!
posted by Plutor at 11:38 AM on November 22, 2005


this reminds me of hopscotch!

And Bingo!
posted by easternblot at 12:02 PM on November 22, 2005


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