Tue 17 Jan 2017

Solution - Challenge 58 - Make a Vedic Square

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Below is a possible solution to Challenge 58 - Make a Vedic Square

Put the following formula in C3 and drag right and down


The Excel sheet having this solution can be downloaded from Solution - Challenge 58 - Make a Vedic Square


Sat 17 Dec 2016

Challenge 58 - Make a Vedic Square

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Vedic square is below. In this, first row and first column are numbers 0 and 9. Other numbers are populated as per logic which you will need to identify.

More about Vedic Square at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vedic_square



Sat 13 Aug 2016

Article 42 - Generating an Odd Order Magic Square in Excel (VBA)

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A magic square needs no introduction and we come across it many times. A magic square is a square grid and the minimum size of a magic square is 3x3. The whole numbers in magic square appear only once and all cells are filled. The horizontal rows, vertical columns and main and secondary diagonals all add up to the same number. This number is called magic constant. The more about magic square can be read here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_square