Magic Hexagon – Numberphile



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  1. 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?

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