It is known as generalized magic squares and the concept was invented in the year 2001. It is more precisely a square array of geometrical shapes, where smaller squares either located in rows, columns, or diagonals end up, in the end, creating the same shape. How well do you know this concept? Do you want to try our quiz and find out more?
Lee Shaft
Lee Scala
Lee Sallows
Lee Aaron
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Multisided square
Complex square
Geomagic square
Multidimensional square
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The targeted shape
The end result
The target shape
The end shape
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It is a magic square with additional property than the broken diagonals
It is a square with additional property than the broken diagonals
It is a magic square with reduced property than the broken diagonals
It is a magic square with additional sides than the broken diagonals
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It's squares that change shapes
It's a square array of numbers
It's squares that turn into rectangles
It's a square array of letters
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Peter Thomas
Peter Sparks
Peter Cameron
Peter Camera
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16
18
20
22
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K+ A+ B
K+ c+ d
K + a+ b
K + f + f
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Shenzhen
Beijing
Macao
Wuhan
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It's that rows, columns, and diagonals have the same target number
It's that rows and diagonals have the same target number
It's that diagonals have the same target number
It's that columns have the same target number
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