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1. The Magic Square Record Includes short description of a magic square, rules for trying to break a magic square record and all the records between 1975 and now. http://www.recordholders.org/en/records/magic.html  

2. Simple Magic Square Checker And Gif Maker Simple magic square checker and gif maker. http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/3469/squaremaker.html  

3. Math Forum: Suzanne Alejandre: Magic Squares Resources for including magic squares in the curriculum, with activities for students and explanations Category Science Math Recreations magic square...... What is a magic square? Allan Adler defines and discusses some specialproperties of magic squares. Mike Morton's magic square Java Applet. http://mathforum.org/alejandre/magic.square.html  

4. LogoMation An easy to learn computer programming environment. Write programs that tell the computer to draw things. 21day trial. http://www.magicsquare.com/LM2/  

5. Dubster.com  Magic Square Puzzle In this puzzle the goal is to have the total of each row and column to beequal to 30. Click on a piece to pick it up and click again to drop it. http://www.dubster.com/math/  

6. A Very, Very Magic Square Includes a 25x25 magic square, properties of it and Maple and PostScript files for finding more propertie Category Science Math Recreations magic square......A very, very magic square. The following square. There is also a postscriptfile magicsqr.ps and a dvifile magicsqr.dvi of the magic square. 1, http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu/~hderksen/magic.html  

7. Math Forum: Allan Adler  What Is A Magic Square? What is a magic square? In the case of this 4x4 magic square in addition tohaving the sum 34 (= 4(4^2+1)/2) in each row, column and main diagonal, http://mathforum.org/alejandre/magic.square/adler/adler.whatsquare.html  

8. Magic Square  From MathWorld magic square, A version of the order 4 magic square with the numbers 15 and 14 inadjacent middle columns in the bottom row is called Dürer's magic square. http://mathworld.wolfram.com/MagicSquare.html  

9. Recmath Home Page Includes pages on magic squares and polyomino patterns and contains related java applets. http://web.idirect.com/~recmath/  

10. Dürer's Magic Square  From MathWorld Dürer's magic square, Dürer's magic thought. Dürer's magic squareis located in the upper righthand corner of the engraving. The http://mathworld.wolfram.com/DuerersMagicSquare.html  

11. Education 4 Kids Sponsored By WellCenter (a Free Educational Resource) Note This was called magic square , but the name has been changed since it wasnot really a magic square where all rows, columns and diagonals added up to http://www.edu4kids.com/msq/  

12. Allmath.com  Magic Squares Game In the easy level, you are given the numbers beginning from one and must createa magic square. How large would you like the magic square to be on each side? http://www.allmath.com/magicsquare.asp  

13. Magic Square Models CONTENTS A Crossstitched magic square. of order5 (but lots of combinations). Order4magic square. constructed with wooden blocks and dowels. http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Launchpad/4057/ms_models.htm  

14. Magic Square, Inc. marketing . mktg@MagicSquare.com. Founded in 1996, magic square Inc. developspowerful Internet technologies, and educational software. Visit the L3 site. http://www.magicsquare.com/  

15. MAGIC SQUARE http://www.magicsquare.net/ 
16. Magic Squares Applet Java source files. http://mathforum.org/alejandre/java/magpuz/MagPuz.html  

17. Shin's Magic Square World What I'm saying here is It's Not Impossible!! . Solutions for the 3 types ofmagic square. Other magic square links. Mutsumi Suzuki's magic square Page http://user.chollian.net/~brainstm/MagicSquare.htm  

18. Maths Index Articles and images on recreational math from fractals and magic squares to mathemorchids and Galois. http://www.geocities.com/aladgyma/articles/scimaths/maths.htm  

19. Magic Square closed. http://www.magicsquare.be/ 
20. Magic Square magic square and five pennies It is divided into two parts; the lower part is a3 by 3 magic square, and the upper part has three numbers 10, 20, and 30. http://www.math.nmsu.edu/breakingaway/Lessons/magicsquare1/magicsquare.html  

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