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__Abstract__

Because the present-day definition of complementary and self-complementary magic squares can be over-restrictive when studying magic tori, an alternative modular arithmetic interpretation is therefore proposed.

This approach suggests a new direction for research on magic squares (or magic tori), using modular multiplication, modular addition, and modular exponentiation.

Multiplicative Magic Tori (MMT) are examined throughout the orders 1 to 4. (Although there is no magic torus of order-2, there is a Multiplicative Diagonally Semi-Magic Torus (MDSMT)). The study then continues with a partial inspection of various examples from higher-orders, including some bimagic MMT of order-8.

A typical Multiplicative Magic Torus (MMT), or Multiplicative Magic Square (MMS) of order-4 |

The results include a new census of the Multiplicative Magic Tori (MMT) and Multiplicative Magic Squares (MMS) of orders 1 to 4. A detailed classification of the 82 Multiplicative Magic Tori (MMT) and 220 Multiplicative Magic Squares (MMS) of order-4 is given, together with explanatory graphics that highlight the main relationships and links.

In addition, it is shown that the digonally magic, diagonally semi-magic, and lesser-magic tori, which are also present on the MMT, have special orthogonal sums. Some other interesting characteristics of modular exponentiations are also examined and commented.

The conclusions are presented in the form of integer sequences. Any input that might confirm, correct, or usefully append these findings, would be much appreciated.

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**Multiplicative Magic Tori**

**Multiplicative Magic Tori**

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