Problem 49884. Prime Magic Squares

A magic square is loosely defined as a square divided into smaller squares each containing a number, such that the numbers in each columns, in each rows, and in the diagonal add up to the same value. For this problem, the numbers which will be filling the squares are primes. There is no unique answer to the problem; therefore, your answers will be tested against the requirement.

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24.39% Correct | 75.61% Incorrect
Last Solution submitted on Apr 06, 2024

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