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The geomagic square

The geomagic square


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Many of you will know the magic squares where we have a grid of NxN positions with a number in each box so that the sum of all its rows, columns and diagonals gives us the same value.

Look at this example of a 3 × 3 magic square.

In this case, we have a 3 × 3 magic square in which the numbers have been replaced by concretely confined geometric figures (A special type of polyomino).

Are you able to discover what is the resulting figure of this geomagic square?

It must be a geometric figure such that, as in a conventional magic square, if we put together all the figures of any column or if we put together all the figures of any row or of one of the two diagonals we obtain exactly the same geometric figure.

Extracted from the page www.geomagicsquares.com where you will find many geomagic squares.

Solution

The resulting figure in all cases is a rectangle 5 units wide by 6 high:



Comments:

  1. Kazirg

    This theme is simply incomparable

  2. Maldue

    is there a similar analog?

  3. Saewald

    Before I thought otherwise, thanks for the help in this question.



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