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A MAGIC SQUARE OF COMPOSITES.





(Magic Squares Problem.)
As we have just discussed the construction of magic squares with prime
numbers, the following forms an interesting companion problem. Make a
magic square with nine consecutive composite numbers--the smallest
possible.


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