Magic Cube of Order 5

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In a perfect magic cube the rows, columns, pillars, space diagonals, and the diagonals of each n×n orthogonal slice sum to the same number. For centuries, whether an order-five magic cube existed was unknown, until November 14, 2003, when C. Boyer and W. Trump discovered a solution. Note that the numbers 1 to 125 are used in this cube. In this Demonstration, you can highlight each of the 109 lines that add up to 315.

Contributed by: Ed Pegg Jr (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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