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## Main Question or Discussion Point

This challenge has been provided by @Joffan

A magic square has rows, columns and diagonals summing to the same number. For a 3x3 magic square there are 8 such sums.

Given a set of 9 distinct integers which has at least 8 subsets of 3 all with a common sum, is it always possible to make a magic square with those integers?

A magic square has rows, columns and diagonals summing to the same number. For a 3x3 magic square there are 8 such sums.

Given a set of 9 distinct integers which has at least 8 subsets of 3 all with a common sum, is it always possible to make a magic square with those integers?