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Pascal's Triangle and the Binomial Theorem
This Demonstration illustrates the direct relation between Pascal's triangle and the binomial theorem. This very well-known connection is pointed out by the identity
, where the binomial coefficients can be obtained by using Pascal's triangle.
Contributed by:
Pablo Alberca Bjerregaard
(University of Malaga, Spain)
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Contributed by:
Pablo Alberca Bjerregaard
(University of Malaga, Spain)
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