Magic squares are tables of numbers where sums of every row, every column and both diagonals produce the same number. No, they were not invented by Ben Franklin, but have been around for thousands of years before. Take a look at this one on Gaudi’s Sagrada Família church in Barcelona:
Now, a little Magic Square puzzle suggested by our reader Lulu:
There is a 3 X 3 table with 9 cells in it and we are required to fill in the table with numbers from 1 to 9. Each number can be used only once. The numbers have to be placed in such a manner that they add up to 15 horizontally, vertically and diagonally. Can you do it?
Your thoughts and suggestions are accepted any time until midnight Eastern Time on Sunday, on our Family Puzzle Marathon.