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Interesting pattern on 5x5 table which has unique properties



This 5x5 table has unique properties.
Each number in a cell means :

The cell = last digit of (sum of its neighbour (including diagonals))


The cell = The remainder of the sum of its neighbour divided by 10

Here is another example

 [0,1,6,4,8]   [1,2,1,3,2]   [1,0,9,0,1]
 [4,5,6,0,4]   [4,5,1,0,9]   [6,5,9,5,6]
 [4,4,0,6,6]   [3,3,0,7,7]   [5,5,0,5,5]
 [1,0,4,5,1]   [1,0,9,5,6]   [9,0,1,0,9]
 [2,1,4,4,0]   [8,7,9,8,9]   [4,5,1,5,4]

What surprised me is, every table like this will follow this :

  • The middle cell is always 0.
  • Any other cell (i,j), (6−i,6−j) adds upto 0 modulo 5 , that means, (i,j) + (6−i,6−j) is completely divisible by 5. 

I have checked this with my computer.

Why this happens ?

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