It is well known that every magic square can be written as **perfect square sum of entries**. It is always possible with odd number entries starting from 1. In case of odd order magic squares we can also write with **consecutive natural number** entries. Still, it is unknown whether it is possible to even order magic squares. In case of odd order magic squares, still we can write them with **minimum perfect square sum** of entries. Based on this idea of **perfect square sum of entries**, we have written a magic square representing areas. It is done for the magic squares of orders 3 to 11. In all the cases, the area representations are more that one way. The whole work can be download at the following link:

**Inder J. Taneja, Creative Magic Squares: Area Representations, Zenodo, June 22, pp. 1-45, 2021, http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5009224****Inder J. Taneja, Creative Magic Squares: Area Representations With Fraction Numbers Entries (Version 2), Zenodo, August 16, 2021, 1-77, https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5209502**

See below examples:

## Magic Squares of Order 3:

## Magic Squares of Order 4:

## Magic Squares of Order 4: Fraction Numbers Entries

## Magic Squares of Order 5

## Magic Squares of Order 6

## Magic Squares of Order 6: Fraction Numbers Entries

## Magic Squares of Order 7

## Magic Squares of Order 8

## Magic Squares of Order 8: Fraction Numbers Entries

## Magic Squares of Order 9

## Magic Squares of Order 10

## Magic Squares of Order 10: Fraction Numbers Entries

## Magic Squares of Order 11

More detailed number representations of each magic square are given in the following work for download:

**Inder J. Taneja, Creative Magic Squares: Area Representations, Zenodo, June 22, pp. 1-45, 2021, http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5009224**