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## Math Tables

Magic square puzzles are one of the earliest types of number puzzles. We find early records of magic square puzzles coming from China and Arabia.

Other puzzle types, including sudoku, require similar skills to solve, making magic square puzzles a good introduction to the broader class of missing number logic puzzles.

A magic square has the property that the sum of the numbers in every row is the same value, and also the sum of the numbers in every column is that same value, and also the sum of the two diagonals is that same value. When solving a magic square puzzle, some of the cells will be blank and your challenge is to figure out what numbers go into those cells to make all of the row, column and diagonal sums equal.

## Math Tables Options:

 Types: Addition Table: 1 to 10   Addition Table: From 6 to 15   Addition Table: From 11 to 20   4-Up Addition Table: 1 to 10   4-Up Addition Table: From 6 to 15   4-Up Addition Table: From 11 to 20   Multiplication Table: 1 to 10   Multiplication Table: 11 to 20   4-Up Multiplication Table: 1 to 10   4-Up Multiplication Table: From 11 to 20 Order: Ascending  Descending Percentage Filled: Paper size: US Letter (8.5 x 11 in)   A4 (210 x 297 mm)