Simple magic cube

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An example of a 3 × 3 × 3 simple magic cube.

A simple magic cube is the lowest of six basic classes of magic cube. These classes are based on extra features required.

The simple magic cube requires only the basic features a cube requires to be magic. Namely; all lines parallel to the faces, and all 4 triagonals sum correctly.[1] i.e. all 1-agonals and all 3-agonals sum to

No planar diagonals (2-agonals) are required to sum correctly, so there are probably no magic squares in the cube.

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  1. ^ Pickover, Clifford A. (2002). The Zen of Magic Squares, Circles, and Stars: An Exhibition of Surprising Structures Across Dimensions. Princeton University Press. p. 400. ISBN 9780691070414. 

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