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Extractions: Patterns found in Pascal's Triangle There are many patterns that can be found in Pascal's Triangle. Some of the patterns that can be found include: The Hockey Stick pattern, The Sum of the Rows, and The Magic 11's. Here you can learn more about each of these interesting relationships. To further understand these patterns you can refer to the completed diagram of Pascal's Triangle at the bottom of the page. The Hockey Stick pattern To form the "hockey stick", and understand the basis of this neat pattern, first draw a diagonal line downwards from one of the number 1's on the triangle. After you have selected your diagonal, you must then choose a number that is adjacent to the diagonal below it. It should then look like a hockey stick, hence the name for the pattern. What is interesting about this pattern is that when you add up the numbers in the diagonal the sum of the numbers inside the selection is equal to the number below the end of the selection that is not on the same diagonal itself. Look at the triangle with the numbers filled at the bottom of the page and try to find a "hockey stick" for your self. Here are some examples like below; the numbers that are being added up are the ones in the diagonal and the bottom part of the "hockey stick" or the blade of the stick is the number that the diagonal equals.
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Extractions: The History of Blaise Pascal and How His Triangle is Constructed Blaise Pascal was born in 1623-1662, in Clermont- Ferrand, France, but lived mostly in Paris. He was a religious philosopher, scientist, and mathematician. Besides the triangle, he also invented a calculating machine (1647), and later the barometer and the syringe. At the top of Blaise Pascal's Triangle is the number 1. The very top number 1 lies in Row Zero. Row One contains two number 1's. Each of the 1's is made by adding the two numbers above it (in this case, the two numbers are and 1, the being the number outside of the triangle). This is how you create the rest of the triangle; add the top two numbers to get the number below the two numbers. For example if you take Row Two, 1+0=1; 1+1=2; 1+0=1; And thus, Row Two's numbers are 1-2-1. So this is all you have to do to construct Pascal's Triangle. This means that there are many more rows in Pascal's Triangle than we show with our diagram (see Activity Page for diagram). There are actually an infinite amount of rows. Another way that you can find a number in the triangle is through the nCr (n Choose r) method. In this equation, "n" stands for the number of the row, and "r" is the number of spaces in that row that you want to find the number for. For example, in Row Three, the first 1 is the "zeroeth" element, the first 3 is the first element, the next three is the second element, and the last 1 is the third element.
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Extractions: URL http://shimura.math.berkeley.edu/~helena/pascal/ Pascal's Triangle and related triangles THIS PAGE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION Pascal's triangle comes up all over the place, in lots of lovely ways; there must be whole books devoted to applications of Pascal's triangle and related triangles, but I don't know them - if you do, please let me know! Pascal's triangle gives the coefficients of (x+1) n Probably the best place to find out all about Pascal's triangle is at Math Forum web pages on Pascal's triangle Here are some pages that will show you rows of Pascal's triangle: Fractal Geometry - Pascal's triangle mod 2, and mod n, etc: For Children: More interesting links to Pascals triangle stuff: About Blaise Pascal
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Extractions: This is a collection of several programs I have recently been working on. They are all calculus-related, except for a program to solve three equations simultaneously. I have included programs to help you use Newton's Method to approximate roots for the Nth iteration, a program for finding tangent points on a curve to a given point, a program for finding tangent points on two curves (tangent to each other), programs for both the regular Mean Value Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem for integrals, and the aforementioned program for solving three equations. These should help you speed up some tedious calculations in calculus class. acst.zip
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Extractions: Interesting Patterns In Pascal's Triangle Main Page A brief history Sum of the rows Hockey stick pattern ... Petal Pattern A Brief History Pascals Triangle is a well known and famous mathematical pattern. Athough this pattern was originally discovered in China it was named after the first westener to study it. According to Yuhnze He the triangle was first developed during the Song Dynasty by a mathematician named Hue Yang. Blaise Pascal was a French mathematician who was alive in the 17 th century. His mother was Antoinette Begon and his father was Etienne. His mother died when Pascal was three and his father had the responsibility of bringing up Pascal and his two sisters Gilberte and Jaqueline. In 1635 Pascal began his studies and had mastered Euclid's Elements by age 12. This won him great respect in mathematical circles. Instead of going to school Etienne took Pascal to lectures and mathematical gatherings at the "Academie Parsienne". By age 16 Pascal was playing an active role here as the principle disciple of Girard Desargues, a proffesor in geometry. Pascal began work on conics and published several papers in the field of geometry. In fact, in June 1639 Pascal had already made a significant discovery with his mysical hexagram. In 1641, a bad case of ill health delayed his research for a year.
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Extractions: Recommend this site At the age of sixteen B. Pascal proved a remarkable theorem The three intersections of the pairs of opposite sides of a hexagon inscribed in a conic are collinear. It is said [ Bell , p. 78] that from that result (and two other lemmas) Pascal derived all Apollonius' theorems on conics and more, no fewer than 400 propositions in all. Little wonder he called it the Mystic Hexagram Hexagrammum Mysticum ). The original manuscript (that was lost) was examined and praised by Leibniz. Descartes was been stunned to learn that the work had been performed by a sixteen years old. A shorter version written a year later has survived, see [ Source , p. 326-330], but contains no derivation. The theorem is clearly of projective nature, and in the surviving manuscript Pascal leaves no doubt of his intention to imitate the methods of Projective Geometry that Desargues introduced a short time beforehand. In the 17 th century, identification with Desargues' work was certainly detrimental to any discovery. The ridicule with which his concepts and notations were met caused Desargues to give up on mathematical research. Projective Geometry lied abandoned for about two hundred years; and Pascal's result had shared its fate. However, in the 19
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Extractions: Discourses and Enchiridion , Classics Club, 1944, p. 47 Do you speak mathematics? is a very valid question assuming mathematics is a language. Many think it is. Josiah Willard Gibbs gave a speech on that account. Galileo and R. Feynman thought so. Mathematics is even judged to be a universal language, the only one suitable to initiate extraterrestrial communication [ Jacobs , p. 1]. Some object. For example, Jean-Pierre Bourguignon argues [ Basis , p. 173] that For some people, mathematics is just the language of the quantitative . This opinion is shared by some of our fellow scientists. ... We mathematicians know how wrong this opinion is, and how much effort goes into building concepts, making new links, establishing facts, and following avenues we once thought plausible but turned out to be dead ends. I generally accept the above sentiment with reservations concerning mathematics being just the language of quantitative The potency of the bond between mathematics and its language is such that many mathematicians do indeed identify the two [ Spectrum , p. 112]:
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Extractions: The little insights and ideas we all so laboriously discovered for ourselves come together in this carefully-structured, systematic book about mathematical proofs. Once students understand and analyze the structure of proofs, theyll be able to follow the more informal versions in texts and learn to create their own. Number Treasury
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