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This method differs from the Centered Sequential MaskGenerated Squares (Part IA) which employs 4n + 1 squares. The 4n + 3 squares are produced via an alternative novel route using a sequence of numbers (either positive or negative) which tells us the direction and number of steps to move during a break.
After converting the squares into semimagic ones the square are converted into magic ones by the use of a mask. This mask generates numbers which are added to certain cells in the square to produce a final square composed of numbers which may not be in serial order. For example, negative numbers or numbers greater than n^{2} may be present in the square.
In addition, it will also be shown that the sums of these squares follows either of the two sum equations shown in the New block Loubère Method and Consecutive 5x5 Mask Generated squares:
Table S is generated by using the following general sequence:
where n is an odd number of the type 4m + 3 and r is a repeating sequence equal to ¼(n  7).



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