24x24x24 magic cube

You can contruct a diagonal ór a pantriagonal 24x24x24 magic cube, but a Nasik perfect (= pandiagonal and pantriagonal) 24x24x24 magic cube is also possible .

 

Use the Medjig method three dimensional (3D) to construct a diagonal or a pantriagonal 24x24x24 magic cube.

 

Use a most perfect 4x4x4 magic cube (and its inverse) and a 4x4x4 'blown up' diagonal 6x6x6 magic cube to construct a diagonal 24x24x24 magic cube.

 

Use a diagonal 6x6x6 magic cube and a 4x4 magic square to construct a diagonal 24x24x24 magic cube and 1/4 pillars, 1/4 diagonals and 1/4 (main) triagonals give 1/4 of the magic sum.

 

Use a 24x24 magic square consisting of 4x 6x6 magic square to construct a diagonal 24x24x24 magic cube and 1/2 of the diagonals in each level and 1/4 diagonals and 1/4 (main) triagonals through the levels give a proportional part of the magic sum.

 

With a special composite 24x24 magic square you can construct a pantriagonal 24x24x24 magic cube.

 

Using a pantriagonal 4x4x4 magic cube and a pantriagonal 6x6x6 magic cube, there are two possibilities to construct a pantriagonal 24x24x24 magic cube: pantriagonal (1) and pantriagonal (2).

 

I have also constructed a pantriagonal 24x24x24 magic cube consisting of 64 proportional pantriagonal 6x6x6 magic cubes.

 

René Chrétien created an almost Nasik 24x24x24 magic cube. You can find sequential numbers in the magic cube by using chess horse jumps.

 

With a Nasik 8x8x8 magic cube and a (simple) 3x3x3 magic cube (and its inverse), you can construct a Nasik (= pandiagonal & pantriagonal) 24x24x24 magic cube.