Can you determine any number of magic squares, that when treated as matrices, can be applied mathematical operations to return a new magic-matrix?
You cannot use the same matrix twice!
The answer should be given as a mathematical equation using the matrices you find.
Magic squares follow the general magic square rules, they contain 1, .., $n \times n$ once, and each row, column, and diagonal sum to 1 number.
Allowed Operations: Add, Subtract, Multiply, Exponention, Logarithms