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- A Magic Square is an arrangement of the numbers from 1 to n2 (n-squared) in an n × n matrix with each number occurring exactly once, such that the sums of the entries of any row, column, or main diagonal are the same.
- Some of this assignment is very tricky. Students will need to carefully plan how their program will handle going out of bounds in the array.
- Download Josh Pudaloff’s Magic Square exercise handout for a detailed explanation of the algorithm.

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