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Amazing mathematical "magic" square. A spectator names any two digit number between 22-99 and after you fill in the 16 boxes there will be 28 possible combinations where the boxes will add up to the spectators number. Credit for teaching me this goes to SingingBanana. Please SUBSCRIBE to http://www.youtube.com/singingbanana

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Mismag822 - The Card Trick Teacher

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Dan Brown? The Lost Symbol?
Masonic cipher? Albrecht Durers magic square?
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http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/ecet/magicSquares.asp

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Programming Problems & Solutions #2!
In this weeks problem I will be showing a novice/intermediate problem called Magic Squares. This is a fairly popular problem in computer science and programming. There are many different solutions to this but only a few are efficient. I will be walking you through my solution step by step and focusing on matrixes/2d arrays/2d lists as these are the key to solving problems like this one.
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In magic squares, all of the rows, columns and diagonals add up to the same number. Magic squares like this one, where we have negative numbers as well, work the same way as normal magic squares: all that you need to remember is that, with negative numbers, you need to subtract rather than add to get your total. []So going along the rows, minus 3 minus 6 is minus 9, then minus 9 plus 3 is minus 6, so all of our other rows, columns and diagonals must total minus 6 as well. [][]For this second row, 4 minus 2 is 2, then 2 minus 8 is minus 6. [][]Here, minus 7 plus 2 is minus 5, and then minus 5 minus 1 is minus 6. [][]Now going down the columns, minus 3 plus 4 minus 7 is minus 6, [][]minus 6 minus 2 plus 2 is minus 6, [][]and 3 minus 8 minus 1 is minus 6. [][]We can also look across the diagonals, so minus 3 minus 2 minus 1 is minus 6, [][]and minus 7 minus 2 plus 3 is minus 6.[][]
So now that you understand how magic squares work, see if you can complete this magic square. []We have a complete line in our diagonal, []and because minus 1 plus 0 plus 1 is 0, we know that all of our other rows, columns and diagonals must total 0. So now, for this question, there are two different places we could start, because we have 2 numbers in this bottom row, []but we also have 2 numbers in the middle column, so let’s start here. []We have our missing number here, and if we add 0 and take away 6, we get 0, because remember, we’ve already worked our that all lines must total 0. [][]So our number must be 6. [][]Now, []we have minus 1 plus 6 then plus or minus our missing number to make 0. Minus 1 plus 6 is 5, so to get 0 as our total, [][]our missing number must be minus 5. [][]If we take this column next, []we have minus 5 plus or minus something plus 1 equals 0. Because minus 5 plus 1 is minus 4, []we need to add 4 to make a total of 0, []so our missing number is 4. [][]Now, something plus 0 plus 4 is 0, [][]so we have minus 4.[] Now to get our last number, []we could use this row [][]or this diagonal, [][]but let’s use this column. We have []minus 1 minus 4 plus or minus something is 0, [][]so our missing number must be 5. So now we’ve completed our magic square, can you spot any patterns here? Well, notice that opposite squares are always the positive and the negative of the same number: so for this middle row, we have minus 4 and 4 either side of 0, for this middle column, we have 6 and minus 6, for this diagonal, we have 5 and minus 5, and for this diagonal, we have minus 1 and 1. Why do we get this pattern? It’s only because, for this magic square, all of our rows, columns and diagonals had to total 0, and because we have 0 in the middle, the only way to get the total of 0 is to have the positive and negative of a number. If we didn’t have 0 in the middle, or if we didn’t have line totals of 0, we wouldn’t get this pattern. But we would get a similar pattern.[]
Let’s have another look at the first magic square we looked at. Pause the video and see if you can see any patterns here. []Let’s look at this middle row: 4 is 6 more than minus 2, and minus 8 is 6 less than minus 2. []Or we could look at this column: []minus 6 is 4 less than minus 2, and 2 is 4 more than minus 2. []For this diagonal, minus 7 is 5 less, and 3 is 5 more, []and for this diagonal, minus 3 is 1 less and minus 1 is 1 more.[]

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Dr James Grime talking Magic Hexagons (and magic squares).
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In this video, I go over the a program I wrote that helps display magic numbers of various (odd integer) sizes. Please feel free to watch my previous video on how to make magic squares by hand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jod39YEGMCU
Here's the code on GitHub: https://github.com/araza617/magic-squares

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Ahmed Raza

MAGICK SQUARES AND SIGIL MAGICK and HOW TO USE THEM
In this video I explain how what magick squares are and how they are used to create powerful sigils.
Some people find that magick squares are simpler for creating sigils than using phrases.
I will cover how to create the magick square and then how draw that sigil to manifest the things you desire in life.
I also go into which magick square to use based upon the outcome you desire and which planetary energy relates to that desire.
The power of numbers are used in Numerology, Sacred geometry, the Fibonacci series, Angel numbers etc..
Plato believed number symbolism to be “the highest level of knowledge”
Pythagoras believed numbers had souls, as well as magical powers and divided the numbers into two groups.. odd / even, male / female, light /dark etc
Numbers have long been used in Mythology, religion, mysticism, superstition, predictions, the bible code, astrology and magick.
The magick square sigil can also be used as an unlocking code for your mobile phone also.
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A short lecture on the history of magic squares and how to populate them.

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Magic squares have fascinated professional mathematicians as well as mathematical hobbyists for over 4000 years. The Lo Shu magic square with its uniqueness captures the symmetry and beauty of mathematics, Dürer's square backdrops his famous engraving Melancholia, and Benjamin Franklin constructed them to keep his mind sharp. We will explore a few magic squares and unlock some of their mysteries.

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Pattern 3 - Concentric Squares. (C Programming)

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Karan Mashru

This video creates a method to generate magic squares using the MagicSquare class.

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CRAFT DUDES

Magic Squares Tutorial Part 7-C
This one gives you an example on how to create Non-Normal Singly-Even Magic Squares.
Navigate to my site (if you are not already there)
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and scroll down to see a properly ordered list of all videos in this series.
You can also search for my name "Aimable Ngiruwo Nsanga" here on YouTube to see all the videos in this series in one place.

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Aimable Ngiruwo Nsanga

Invented by C.A. Paul, Retd H M from t Aloysious High School, Thrissur. Kerala.and worked as a maths teacher at St Josephs H S S Pavaratty.Chirayath manjiyil Kandassankadavu 09846988725.Wrote 17 Maths books.

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SOLVE The 3x3 Magic Square Completely - learning
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Today's video is about plane shapes that, just like circles, have the same width in all possible directions. That non-circular shapes of constant width exist is very counterintuitive, and so are a lot of the gadgets and visual effects that are "powered" by these shapes: interested in going for a ride on non-circular wheels or drilling square holes anybody?
While the shapes themselves and some of the tricks they are capable of are quite well known to maths enthusiasts, the newly discovered constant width magic that today's video will culminates in will be new to pretty much everybody watching this video (even many of the experts :)
Here are a few links that you may want to check out:
http://www.etudes.ru/en/etudes/drilling-square-hole/
Drilling a square hole with rounded corners using a Reuleaux triangle (click on the video !!)
http://www.etudes.ru/en/etudes/reuleaux-triangle/ Same (wonderful) Russian site. An animated intro to shapes of constant width.
http://www.etudes.ru/en/etudes/wheel-inventing/ An animation of the cart with non-circular wheels that I talk about in the video.
http://www.qedcat.com/articles/waterwheel1.pdf Preprint of my write-up of all the stuff I talk about in this video. This was published in the Mathematical Intelligencer.
https://demonstrations.wolfram.com/DrillingASquareHole/ An interactive demo illustrating how a perfect square hole (NO rounded corners) can be drilled using a special shape of constant width.
Probably the most accessible intro to shapes of constant width is the chapter on these shapes in the book "The enjoyment of mathematics" by Rademacher and Toeplitz.
This article which I also mention in the video is behind a paywallMasferrer Leon, C. and Von Wuthenau Mayer, S. Reinventing the Wheel: Non-Circular Wheels, The Mathematical Intelligencer 27 (2005), 7–13.
Just found a Japanese toyshop the other day that sells wooden Nothing grinders https://global.rakuten.com/en/store/good-toy/item/c-006?s-id=rgm-top-en-browsehist and a wooden Reuleaux triangle that can be rotated inside a square https://global.rakuten.com/en/store/good-toy/item/c-018?s-id=rgm-top-en-browsehist
I didn't mention them in the video but there are also 3d shapes of constant width which are also very much worth checking out. All the touching stuff I talk about in this video generalises to these 3d shapes.
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The tune you can hear in the video is from the free audio library that YouTube provides to creators. https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music . It's called Morning_Mandolin and it's by Chris Haugen.
As usual thank you very much to Danil for his Russian translation and to Marty for all his help with the script for this video.
Enjoy!
Burkard

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Mathologer

George P.H. Styan - Lecture 1 of two invited lectures presented at the International Workshop and Conference on Combinatorial Matrix Theory and Generalized Inverses of Matrices, Manipal University, Manipal (Karnataka), India, January 2012.
Video edited by Thomas W. Ammerlaan and Nicolas C. Ammerlaan.

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repale13

Solving the 6x6 Magic Square built by David Kamen and solving the 5x5 Magic Square built by Greg Galinna for the Math & Physics Exploration in LaGrange, NY
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George P.H. Styan - Lecture 2 of two invited lectures presented at the International Workshop and Conference on Combinatorial Matrix Theory and Generalized Inverses of Matrices, Manipal University, Manipal (Karnataka), India, January 2012.
Video edited by Thomas W. Ammerlaan and Nicolas C. Ammerlaan.

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My site: http://math-ptg.ucoz.com/index/proekti/0-9
There you can download the Magic Square.
Have fun ! :)

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Nedyalka Ruseva

There are so many solutions to this problem so please don't ever think that this is the right way. In fact, this solution isn't efficient because a lot of the calculations can be done in one go.
But take a look at the approach of the problem.
1) I analyse the requirements and constraints of the problem. For instance, I thought about what the 10x10 limitation meant and how that would affect the solution. I also tried to see if I could use these limitations to my advantage in order to simplify the problem (since we have limited time to write this test).
2) Break the problem up into smaller parts that are "doable" that lead to a complete problem when you put them together. The example here is that I created a function that summed up a single row and then used that to find the sum of each row.
3) Draw flow diagrams for each of these smaller problems to ensure that you've covered all of the possible outcomes and you understand the problem in its entirety.
4) Write your code up based on the flow diagrams that you've written.
*NOTE: This wouldn't be a complete test yet, commenting still needs to be added to the code. Additionally, the function at the end where I check to see if it was a magic square was unplanned. Luckily it worked out, but I should have drawn up a flow diagram for that to see that the logic was there. If you analyse it carefully, if the rows, cols, and diags functions all return -1 then the if statement would think that it was a magic square. Luckily that problem is solved by the fact that the integer number returned by the function would still be -1.

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Kerren Ortlepp

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.brainygame.MagicSquare
Are you a fan of puzzle game or sudoku? Just try magic square! It is an ancient puzzle game and is full of challenge. The rule is to change the puzzle in an order, so that the numbers in every row and every column and the diagonal add up to the same value. This game trains players to be sensitive about numbers and improves your ability of logical thinking.

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brainygame

Honors thesis defense by Skylar Croy at Norwich University on magic squares.

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Skylar Croy

this is a video about using artificial intelegence for magic square number.
i take the program from www.sourceforge.net
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Dimas PRABASWARA W.

Albrecht Dürer created his "Magic Square" in 1514.
I made this video by doing a full-screen capture of a Microsoft PowerPoint Slide Show, which by default plays in full-screen mode.

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HO C

Stack the original Magic squares centre3 c9 c6 then mirror after 6 9 3.
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How To Solve a 2x2 Rubik's Cube
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The knight's tour and magic knight's tour.
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Shashank Chaudhary explaning how to fill blank random sudoku in seconds and magic squares.

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'Vedic Mathematics' is the name given to the ancient system of mathematics. The system is based on 16 Vedic sutras or aphorisms, which are actually word-formulae describing natural ways of solving a whole range of mathematical problems. It is a unique technique of calculations based on simple rules and principles, with which any mathematical problem - be it arithmetic, algebra, geometry or trigonometry - can be solved.
Introduction
Additions
a. Dhashamshaha (Line Addition)
b. Vilokanam (Spark Addition)
Subtractions
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Squares
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Mathematics in India - From Vedic Period to Modern Times by Prof. M.D.Srinivas,Prof.M.S.Sriram & Prof.K.Ramasubramanian,Department of mathematics,IIT Bombay.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in

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Math is logical, functional and just ... awesome. Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin explores hidden properties of that weird and wonderful set of numbers, the Fibonacci series. (And reminds you that mathematics can be inspiring, too!)
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Knowing the squares of so many numbers gets tiring sometimes right? What if I told you that all you have to know are the squares of the first 25 numbers? After this you will automatically know the square of the next hundred numbers. Intrigued? Watch the video to know the simple steps involved for finding the Square of a Number.
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Learn more on the full article here: https://fstoppers.com/education/peter-hurley-explains-how-inverse-square-law-applies-photography-167674
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In this short excerpt from Fstopper's photography tutorial Illuminating the Face, headshot photographer Peter Hurley explains how the inverse square law works both mathematically as well as how it can be used in the studio to change the look of your portraits.
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A little trick to sum Fibonacci numbers. Try it out.

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singingbanana

This video is the continuation of magic square problem statement understanding for a 5x5 magic square. This video helps us how to manually build a 5x5 magic square that has total equal in all the directions row wise, column wise and diagonally. This videos is the continuation of explaining Mind Tracing Technique to build the logic for a given problem statement. (in Tamil)
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