An -talisman hexagon is an arrangement of nested hexagons containing the integers 1, 2, ..., , where is the th hex number, such that the difference between all adjacent hexagons is at least as large as a number . The hexagon illustrated above is a (3, 4)-talisman hexagon.
See alsoHex Number, Magic Square, Talisman Square
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ReferencesMadachy, J. S. Madachy's Mathematical Recreations. New York: Dover, pp. 111-112, 1979.
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