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Pascals Triangle

Concept

Pascal's Triangle

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 The number in each cell equals the sum of the numbers in the two neighboring cells above. This can be illustrated for row to row