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Latin square

A Latin square is arranged so that no row or column contains two of the same colors.



A 6×6 square with six colors.

There are 812 851 200 Latin squares of 6×6. Some funny variations are shown below.

blue  red  green  black  yellow  cyan 



The name 'Latin square' comes from Leonhard Euler (1707 - 1783) who used Latin symbols in his squares.

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