86 year old Kathleen Ollerenshaw has unlocked the secrets to an ancient mathematical puzzle. For centuries people have kept themselves amused trying to construct magic squares: grids of numbers whose rows, columns and diagonals all add up to the same number. Ollerenshaw has worked out the "most-perfect" magic squares in which every 2x2 square within the grid also adds up to the same number.
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