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• It was an observation. Like the observation that increments of equilateral triangles and squares have the same number of inner triangles/squares.
Message 1 of 3 , Apr 28, 2012
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It was an observation.
Like the observation that increments of equilateral triangles and squares have the same number of inner triangles/squares.

--- In CubicMagicSquares@yahoogroups.com, sterten@... wrote:
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> that's not really an exact definition ?!
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> In a message dated 28.04.2012 08:17:39 WesteuropÃ¤ische Normalzeit,
> ant@... writes:
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> Cubic Magic Squares
> A Cubic Magic Square is a 3D Magic Square NOT a Magic Cube.
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> Each square within a Normal Magic Square is concidered the smallest cube.
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> Cubic Magic Squares have an expanding ability, each cube within it's
> perimiter can be divided in half and extended. This division increases
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> 3x3=9 to 3x3=10 additional space of 1.
> 4x4=16 to 4x4=20 additional space of 4.
> 5x5=25 to 5x5=35 additional space of 10.
> 6x6=36 to 6x6=56 additional space of 20.
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> The main thing to note:
> This series follows the tetrahedral series.
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