### Pan 11x11 in 13x13 magic square (1)

Take a panmagic 11x11 square and add 24 to all numbers, so in the 11x11 inlay are the 121 middle numbers from 25 up to 145.

In the border are the 24 lowest (1 up to 24) and the 24 highest (146 up to 169) numbers. Read the explanation on webpage 3x3 in 5x5 & concentric, how to construct the border.

See in the download below how the 13x13 border has been constructed or use the download to puzzle your own border.

The result is:

Pan 11x11 in 13x13 magic square

 12 24 21 20 18 15 159 160 163 164 167 168 14 147 25 123 92 71 50 139 129 108 87 66 45 23 148 143 133 102 90 59 38 28 117 96 75 54 22 151 42 32 121 100 69 57 136 126 105 84 63 19 153 51 140 130 109 88 67 36 35 114 93 72 17 154 60 39 29 118 97 76 55 144 124 112 81 16 157 79 48 137 127 106 85 64 43 33 122 91 13 9 89 58 46 26 115 94 73 52 141 131 110 161 8 98 77 56 135 134 103 82 61 40 30 119 162 5 107 86 65 44 34 113 101 70 49 138 128 165 4 116 95 74 53 142 132 111 80 68 37 27 166 1 125 104 83 62 41 31 120 99 78 47 145 169 156 146 149 150 152 155 11 10 7 6 3 2 158

You can use this method to construct magic squares of odd order from 5x5 to infinity. See on this website 5x57x79x911x1113x1315x1517x1719x1921x2123x2325x2527x2729x29 31x31

13x13, pan 11x11 in 13x13 (1).xls
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