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Whose triangle is this, anyway?
Have you ever seen the triangular pattern of numbers (above) named after the famous French mathematican Blaise Pascal?
Do you see the pattern of how the numbers are placed in the triangles?
Print out or copy the triangle and fill in the missing numbers. Next: check your answer here and go on to see what Pascal's Triangle has to do with Sierpinski's Triangle
More Information on Pascal's Triangle
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