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Q: Which culture discovered magic squares first?

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swer in a 4x4 magic squares with 10-=25 numbers in each column?

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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.

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Yes. Just add the same number to each square and see what happens. Also, there are magic squares of different sizes.

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accordingly to the bible of all fairies and fantasies. there is such thing as a magic tooth. it was first discovered in mt. st. helens.

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Benjamin Franklin would concoct magic squares when debates got rather tedious

math squares are a good an usefull tool but we may never now who made them lol

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probably magic.

Drugs are a natural part of historic value. every culture on earth had the drug naturaly grown. England had 'magic mushrooms' and Mexico had 'Maijuana' or cannabis, and so on. they wern't realy discovered for say. they were alwayus there.

probably magic.

Gandalf the grey, or Gandalf Greyham, in the first age. (After the pruge of the ring, he was known as "Gandalf the White")

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