Magic squares are pretty interesting for Numberphiles any day of the week – but Roger shows us one with extra special “powers”. Professor Roger Bowley works at the University of Nottingham. His drawing of the magic square can be seen at: www.flickr.com Website: www.numberphile.com Numberphile on Facebook: www.facebook.com Numberphile tweets: twitter.com About brown paper: periodicvideos.blogspot.com Videos by Brady Haran Brady’s other channels include: www.youtube.com (Chemistry stuff) www.youtube.com (Physics and astronomy) www.youtube.com (Space stuff) www.youtube.com (Science and behind the scenes) www.youtube.com (Food science) www.youtube.com (Big science facilities) www.youtube.com (Favourite scientists) www.youtube.com (Academic look at the Bible) www.youtube.com (Modern language and culture)
Amazing mathematical “magic” square. A spectator names any two digit number between 22-99 and after you fill in the 16 boxes there will be 28 possible combinations where the boxes will add up to the spectators number. Credit for teaching me this goes to SingingBanana. Please SUBSCRIBE to www.youtube.com
Bit of Da Vinci Code moment here as Professor Eaves fuses his love of mathematical games and a famous piece of art. More videos at www.sixtysymbols.com
Enter the fascinating world of Magic Squares. VSR explains how to create magic squares in few seconds using Vedic Mathematics.