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What if we multiply everything by two

Like the Highlander, there can be only one. 😀

"There can only be one"

hello? does anybody have notifications on? can you hear me?

has anybody tried to make a (or the) hexagonal sudoku?

What if u multiply each number by another number?

So sure, it's the only magic hexagon with 1..n, but are there other "formats" we could get?

8:34 – Grime really trying not to laugh

would other tessellations like magical cairo be possible?

wouldn't it work for n =13

I DONT CARE

Nice! I never paid attention to these magic n-gons! Thank you for raising my awareness!

What about a magic hexagon that uses integers 2 through 20? Or one made up of only primes?

when he checked the magic hexagon of n=1 I died.

190÷38=5 lol

how does it work when n is odd 3:08

Here's a very different kind of number hexagon, but as usual inspired by Dr Grime years later, and has a strange magic. Do an Ulam spiral but on a hexagon lattice, starting with a 7 in the middle and winding round indefinitely in the natural number sequence. Eventually you'll see every odd number except 7 itself starts a row which includes its square. For example 11 21 37 59 87 121 . . . So far it only seems to work with 7 in the middle. Anything in the literature?

Wouldn't multiplying all numbers by 2 or 3 etc work ?

Magic Bestagon

HEXAGONS ARE THE BESTAGONS1:44

Its the cutest "why" I have ever heard!

Hexagons truly are the bestagons.

Are there any practical or real-world uses for the magic hexagon? Does it at least show up in nature? nothing? oh.

Research flower of life and the sacred geometry

Why does Y have to be the smallest possible, as it says at 12:25 ??

I hope someone will reply…

Well I believe you should only count rows of same length as that's what you do with squares.

9:29 just multiply all nos by 2 or something

Me: I bet there is a magic heptagon

Mathematician: you can't do that

Me: yes I can

Mathematician: how?

magicGrey must have blown a circuit when he saw this.

My magic hexagon

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My favorite number is 1369. It's 37 squared.

But what about magic other shapes on curved manifolds?

This has got nothing to do with trig identities.