Pascal’s Triangle is a triangular array of numbers where each number on the “interior” of the triangle is the sum of the two numbers directly above it. It was named after French mathematician Blaise Pascal. There are many interesting things about the Pascal’s triangle. In this post, we explore seven of these properties.

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## Milkshakes and Power Sets

In Milkshakes, Beads, and Pascal’s Triangles, we have talked about a systematic way of choosing a combination of objects from a larger number of objects. Let us recall the problem in the said post. Issa went to a shake kiosk and want to buy a milkshake. The shake vendor told her that she can choose […]

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