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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} Pascal's triangle is a presentation of the binomial coefficients as a triangular array. The eight first rows of Pascal's triangle are as follows.

The rows are numbered from top down with the numbering starting at $0.$ The number in each cell equals the sum of the numbers in the two neighboring cells above. This can be illustrated for row $0$ to row $4.$