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Q: How many numbers in the 8x8 magic square?

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While they may have been called magic squares, there is absolutely nothing magical about them. The arrangement of numbers in magic squares is all very rational.

36 + 64 = 100 (6x6) + (8x8)

0.44444 square feet per tile.

There are: 8*8 = 64 squares

abswer is 6.9218 square feet

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While they may have been called magic squares, there is absolutely nothing magical about them. The arrangement of numbers in magic squares is all very rational.

8x8 feet = 64 square feet = 9,216 square inches.

64 square feet

36 + 64 = 100 (6x6) + (8x8)

0.44444 square feet per tile.

a square area will be 8x8=64. Formula is a2 + b2 = c2. In other words the square root of (8x8 + 8x8) 128 which is 11.31371

There are: 8*8 = 64 squares

A checkerboard is a square that is 8x8

assuming 8 x 8 is feet then answer is 64 square feet

abswer is 6.9218 square feet

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7x7 which is 49 or a 8x8 which is 64 either work