This site is dedicated to the ancient Chinese reverence for the Luo Shu. This site makes revelations about the magic square (in the luo shu format) that have never been made before, a new definition of the Luo Shu, the link of the Luo Shu with the calendar and the Yi Jing, the connection of the Luo Shu with the Pythagorean Theorem, and more. The web site has a forum and is a vehicle to market a book called "Number, Time, and Archetype".

Resources for including a variety of magic squares in the math curriculum, with activities for students and explanations of these interesting puzzles.

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Magic Squares ...

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Information about various types of magic cubes and squares.

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Multiplying Magic Squares are techniques developed by Allen Adler and made into Web pages by Sarah Seastone and Suzanne Alejandre.

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A Math Forum Web Unit Suzanne Alejandre and Mutsumi Suzuki's Magic Stars Suzanne's Math Lessons || Magic Squares || Tessellation Tutorials Contents What is a magic star Magic star sets Transforming magic stars Combining exchange rules Mutsumi Suzuki is Professor of Engineering in the Laboratory for Process Systems Engineering, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan. His research interests include ...

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The Zen of Magic Squares, Circles, and Stars: An Exhibition of Surprising Structures Across Dimensions Clifford A. Pickover Princeton University Press, 2002 A refreshing new look at a timeless topic, brimming over with ideas, littered with surprising twists. Anyone who loves numbers, anyone who enjoys puzzles, will find The Zen of Magic Squares, Circles, and Stars compulsive (and compulsory!) ...

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World Record for the Largest Magic Square ...

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Franklin's Magic Squares Here's an amusing passage from Benjamin Franklin's autobiography (quoted from Carl van Doren's biography): Being one day in the country at the house of our common friend, the late learned Mr. Logan, he showed me a folio French book filled with magic squares, wrote, if I forget not, by one M. Frenicle , in which, he said, the author had discovered great ingenuity and ...

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