Enigma 379: Magic magic squares
13 January 2017
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From New Scientist #1528, 2nd October 1986 [link]
Write, in words, different whole numbers in each of the other eight squares so that the sum of each row, column and corner-to-corner diagonal is the same. But do it in such a way that the number of letters in each of the nine squares is different and the total of letters in each row, column and corner-to-corner diagonal is the same.
What’s the highest number in the magic magic square?