In this math worksheet, students solve magic squares. They first tell the reason that a completed square is "magic." Students put the numbers 1-9 into a 3x3 magic square and the numbers 1-16 into a four by four magic square.
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Magic Squares, Simultaneous Equations, Hill Walking, and Diophantine Equations
In this solving equations worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 21 various types of problems. First, they use the method shown to find the value of xin each equation. Then, students use an algebraic approach to solve the magic...
Magic Square: Solving Linear Equations
Math can be magical with exercises such as this! Prealgebrarians produce answers for nine linear equations. Each answer is placed into a square. If all answers are correct, the square will end up Sudoku-style: numbers in each row,...
7th - 9th Math CCSS: Adaptable