The great
3X3
Magic Square

Sum = 15

One of the possible solutions

How to Play?

A magic square of size nXn is an arrangement of numbers from 1 to n2 such that the sum of the numbers in each row, column and diagonal is the same. Each cell in a nXn grid has a different number and the numbers range from 1 to n2. Sum required for each grid is shown on the left side of the grid.

Note: For each grid there are multiple possible solutions.
Good Luck!

Example
3X3

  32 is 9. Arrange the numbers 1 to 9 in a 3X3 grid such that:
  • Each cell in a grid has a different number
  • Sum of all the 3 rows is 15
  • Sum of all the 3 columns is 15
  • Sum of both the diagonals is 15
Example

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