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Topic: Magic squares as vorticial approximants in highly-granular flow intersection
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Graham Cooper

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Re: Magic squares as vorticial approximants in highly-granular flow intersection
Posted: May 3, 2013 11:48 PM
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On May 1, 8:28 am, "Ross A. Finlayson" <ross.finlay...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> The magic square if a square table or grid of integers with the
> property that each sum of the elements of a row or column is the
> same.  In laminar flow, flow is divided into parallel flows with a
> uniform partition that sees equal flow in each partition.  When two
> laminar flows intersect in perpendicular, it may be seen that the
> weight of an elements in a magic square would indicate randomized
> vorticial tendencies.   To be developed is the combinatorial
> enumeration of magic squares, developing a calculus for distributions
> of whorls and vortices.
>
> Ideas....
>
> Regards,
>
> Ross Finlayson



My brother wrote a NAUGHTS & CROSSES program

and summed the rows and columns and diagonals

to check if it was equal to 15, to test for a

triple O or triple X!


Herc



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