AN ESTIMATOR OF MOMENT OF INERTIA OF MAGIC SQUARE ARRAY OF MASSES
The classical definition of magic square of order is a square array of consecutive natural numbers from 1 to such that the raw, column and diagonal sum add up to the same number. When the magic square entries are considered as an array of masses of a rigid body, it is established that its moment of inertia is a function of This work consider a more general magic array of masses of a rigid body to establish its inertial moment as a function of the magic sum and the central entry of the array. The paper further discusses the advantage of this development.
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