An -fold multimagic cube is a magic cube that remains magic when each element is squared, cubed, etc., up to th power. (Of course, when the elements of a cube are taken to a power, the numbers are no longer consecutive, so the resulting magic cube is no longer simple.) A 2-fold multimagic cube is called a bimagic cube, a 3-fold multimagic cube is called a trimagic cube, a 4-fold multimagic cube is called a tetramagic cube, and so on.

# Multimagic Cube

## See also

Bimagic Cube, Magic Cube, Multimagic Square, Tetramagic Cube, Trimagic Cube## Explore with Wolfram|Alpha

## References

Boyer, C. "Multimagic Cubes." http://www.multimagie.com/English/Cube.htm.Heinz, H. "Multimagic Cubes." http://members.shaw.ca/hdhcubes/cube_multimagic.htm.## Referenced on Wolfram|Alpha

Multimagic Cube## Cite this as:

Weisstein, Eric W. "Multimagic Cube."
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