# Indian Mathematics: How To Write A Magic Square?

A magic square is a square of numbers where each row, column, and diagonal gives the same sum. A n x n magic square has n rows, n columns, and n^2 entries in total.

Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan had a fascination for magic squares from his very young age. Each of his notebooks starts with a unique magic square constructed by him. Ramanujan, not only filled his notebooks with squares but also gave techniques to construct one.

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