[ mˈad͡ʒɪk skwˈe͡ə], [ mˈadʒɪk skwˈeə], [ m_ˈa_dʒ_ɪ_k s_k_w_ˈeə]
What are the hypernyms for Magic square?
What are the hyponyms for Magic square?
hyponyms for magic square (as nouns)
A magic square is a mathematical puzzle in which numbers are arranged in a square grid so that the sum of each row, column, and diagonal is the same. The opposite, or antonym, of a magic square is an ordinary square, in which the numbers are arranged in a grid without any specific pattern or sequence. An ordinary square is formed by simply arranging numbers in any order without any conditions, unlike the magic square which requires specific mathematical principles to be followed. While a magic square can be a challenging puzzle requiring mathematical skills to solve, an ordinary square is simply a random arrangement of numbers with no particular significance or properties.
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