Problems & Puzzles: Puzzles Puzzle 177. Primes in a square (*) Here we will ask you to distribute the first nxn integers (from 1 to nxn) in a square nxn such that:
Example for n=4:
I believe that the strategy that I have used to generate at least one solution for squares from n=4 to 28 is valid in general for any n>3. Questions: 1. Find the
strategy in order to make that kind
of assignations. _________ Solution I shared my strategy with Jud McCranie in order him to confirm if it this strategy continues giving solutions for n>28. Jud made the corresponding code for it and calculated solutions for every n up to 74. On my request he also printed to a .txt file the solution for n=80. ***





