There exists only 1 normal magic hexagon that uses non repeating consecutive digits for 1 to 19.
If We allow digits to repeat we can create something like this hexagon that is made up using consecutive digits from 1 to 3.
All digits that are the same have been highlighted in the same colour.
If we multiply every digit in the grid by any number we will create a new magic hexagon but the pattern of coloured cells will remain the same.
Here is another pattern that has the most of any repeating single digit, being 1 appearing 10 times. This uses non consecutive digits
Again if we multiply all the digits by any number we get a new magic hexagon but not a new pattern.
Here are some more examples that all use different patterns that use consecutive digits
Magic sum 10.
Magic sum 15.
In this one we nearly have a magic hexagon that has no repeating digits within its magic lines, only the repeating 6s spoil it
All of the 8 examples have unique patterns.
How many unique patterns are there that use repeating consecutive digits?
How many unique patterns are there that use repeating non consecutive digits?
Is it possible to construct a Magic hexagon that uses repeated digits within the grid but doesn't have any repeated digits within any row columns or diagonal line?.
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