Magic squares are well known. In the following example, all the rows, all the columns and all the major diagonals add up to same number (34).

Notice that all the numbers 1 to 16 are used once. Magic squares are fascinating, and there are many, many of them. However on this site we're more interested in hexagons.

Can we achieve the same with hexagons? Indeed we can; here are some hexagonal approaches:-


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