For the first time in this work, two new concepts in construction of magic square are considered:

  1. Using small blocks of magic or bordered magic rectangles. It is not always possible to write bordered magic rectangles for the non-sequential entries. In this case, the simple magic rectangles are considered.
  2. Using algebraic formula (a+b)2.

The whole work contains magic squares of even orders starting from order 8. This part is only for order 14. For orders 8, 10, 12 and 16 see the links below:

  1. Inder J. Taneja, Different Styles of Magic Squares of Orders 8, 10 and 12 Using Bordered Magic Rectangles and the Formula (a+b)2Zenodo, September 18, 2022, pp. 1-30, https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7090737.
  2. Inder J. Taneja, Different Styles of Magic Squares of Order 14 Using Bordered Magic Rectangles and the Formula (a+b)2Zenodo, September 18, 2022, pp. 1-45, https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7090764.
  3. Inder J. Taneja, Different Styles of Magic Squares of Order 16 Using Bordered Magic Rectangles and the Formula (a+b)2Zenodo, September 18, 2022, pp. 1-85, https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7090770.

Below are examples of Magic Squares of Order 14 studied in this work. These are given four parts:

  • Part 1: Magic Squares of Order 14;
  • Part 2: Magic Squares of Order 14: (A+B)2-Type: A=8, B =16;
  • Part 3: Magic Squares of Order 14: (A+B)2-Type: A=10, B =4;
  • Part 4: Bordered and Block-Bordered Magic Squares of Order 14.

Part 1: Magic Squares of Order 14

Part 2: Magic Squares of Order 14: (A+B)2-Type, A=8 and B=6

Part 3: Magic Squares of Order 14: (A+B)2-Type, A=10 and B=4

Part 4: Bordered and Block-Bordered Magic Squares of Order 14: