## Is there a 4×4 magic square?

The 4×4 magic square puzzles is solved by finding the values that make the sums all rows, columns and diagonals equal to the same value. The sum is referred to as the magic constant.

### What is magic sum 4×4?

The 4×4 magic square consists of 4 rows which multiplied by 4 columns is 16 cells. A pure magic 4×4 square contains the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16. The magic square is magic, because the sum of the numbers of each row, each column and both diagonals always give the same result.

**Is there a 2 2 magic square?**

Either way, the numbers are not distinct, so the 2×2 grid does not work. Although this is technically a magic square, it is not a very interesting example since there is only one number to calculate. which are filled with the consecutive numbers 1 thru 9.

**How many rectangles are in a 4×4 grid?**

Each of the square rectangles follow the same pattern as last week’s challenge so the 1×1 was 25 rectangles, the 2×2 was 16 rectangles, the 3×3 was 9 rectangles, the 4×4 was 4 rectangles, and the 5×5 was 1 rectangle.

## How many different 4×4 magic squares are there?

Unlike the 3×3 square there is not just one conclusion for the distribution of the numbers 1 to 16 in a 4×4 square. Fact: There are 880 magic squares, counting the symmetric ones only once.

### What is the magic number of a 4×4 magic square?

The 4 x 4 Magic Square to the left is the “basic” 4 x 4 Magic Square. It uses the numbers 1 to 16 inclusive, and its “Magic Total” is 34, as predicted by the formula shown on another page.

**What is the magic constant of the first magic square puzzle?**

The first Magic Square Puzzle found has numbers from 1 to 16 which gives a Magic Constant of 34. The examples of Magic Square of Order 4×4 has been shown below:

**How many different pan magic squares of order 4 are there?**

1. All order 4 pan-magic squares are based on four pan-magic Components. 2. Each Component is obtainable from the one large pan-magic carpet 3. Substituting 1, 2, 4, and 8, into the Componentd offers 24 potential permutations. 4. However, in practice this produces only three truly different pan magic squares of order four.

## Can I create magic squares that add up to any number?

However, Magic Squares can be created that add up to any “Magic Total” you like, provided that you know the right formula. If you want to see a 4 x 4 Magic Square that adds up to a number greater than zero and less than 1,000, enter it in the box below and press the Calculate button: