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1 hour ago, square_25 said:

Do you want any more? 🙂

Yes! If you are offering! 

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1 hour ago, lulalu said:

Yes! If you are offering! 

Absolutely. They are very easy to make. What would you like? You can specify types of numbers, size, product or sum... 

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2 hours ago, Shoes+Ships+SealingWax said:

Both or either are great! Whichever is easier / more fun for you to put together.

They are both super easy. That's the joy of a randomizer ;-). So I'll make some of each... how big do you want 'em? Do you also want some crosswords or no? 

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2 hours ago, square_25 said:

Absolutely. They are very easy to make. What would you like? You can specify types of numbers, size, product or sum... 

Sums within 100 would be great

any size works 

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39 minutes ago, lulalu said:

Sums within 100 would be great

any size works 

100 or less?

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1 hour ago, lulalu said:

yes

Would you like a filled row/column/diagonal (to have a good way to start) or no? 

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6 hours ago, Shoes+Ships+SealingWax said:

Both or either are great! Whichever is easier / more fun for you to put together.

Would you like a filled row/column/diagonal for an easy start or to have it trickier, without an obvious way to compute the sum? 

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10 hours ago, square_25 said:

They are both super easy. That's the joy of a randomizer ;-). So I'll make some of each... how big do you want 'em? Do you also want some crosswords or no? 

Not too crazy big. 3x3 or 4x4 is plenty - beyond that might get frustrating!

What are the crosswords? Like the BA puzzles where numbers are shared & you have to complete the equivalencies? 

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6 hours ago, square_25 said:

Would you like a filled row/column/diagonal for an easy start or to have it trickier, without an obvious way to compute the sum? 

Probably easier (filled row/column/diagonal) would be best. 

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7 hours ago, square_25 said:

Would you like a filled row/column/diagonal (to have a good way to start) or no? 

Maybe just one or two squares filled in. 

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8 hours ago, Shoes+Ships+SealingWax said:

Not too crazy big. 3x3 or 4x4 is plenty - beyond that might get frustrating!

What are the crosswords? Like the BA puzzles where numbers are shared & you have to complete the equivalencies? 

Yeah :-). There’s another thread around with lots of examples.

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7 hours ago, lulalu said:

Maybe just one or two squares filled in. 

One or two isn’t enough to fill all of them, but I can do 3 squares filled! Or did you mean 1 or 2 per row?

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On 6/27/2020 at 9:26 AM, Shoes+Ships+SealingWax said:

These are great! I’ve copied all of what you’ve created so far for a fun mini-unit for DS.

If you have the time / interest, I’d love to see something exclusively using “special numbers” - square numbers (a magic square squared?? 😅), Fibonacci numbers, Primes (obviously not via multiplication, but perhaps sums?), etc. 

My DS has just completed the BA 3 series, but even if he can’t solve these himself he’d appreciate finding the pattern as we solve together. 

And here's a 4 by 4 one with squares: 

Squares magic square.pdf Squares magic square answers.pdf

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On 6/27/2020 at 3:30 PM, lulalu said:

Sums within 100 would be great

any size works 

Here are some! Let me know how they go... I can always make more :-). 

3 by 3 magic square under 100.pdf 3 by 3 magic square under 100 answers.pdf

4 by 4 magic square under 100.pdf 4 by 4 magic square under 100 answers.pdf

I forget, did you want any crosswords or no? 

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