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This web site has all the main patterns found in pascals triangle including Catalan Maths Through The Ages Probability geometry The Computer
 var cm_role = "live" var cm_host = "tripod.lycos.com" var cm_taxid = "/memberembedded" Great Web Links Back Home The Fibonacci Home Page Rating: url: http://www.mcs.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/R.Knott/Fibonacci/fib.html This is the Home page for the Fibonacci numbers, the Golden section and the Golden string. There is a large amount of information at this site (more than 200 pages if it was printed), so if all you want is a quick introduction then the first link takes you to an introductory page. Pascals Triangle and It's Patters Rating: url: http://members.tripod.com/~absolutebow/ptri2.html Pascal's Triangle was originally developed by the ancient Chinese, but Blaise Pascal was the first person to discover all of the patterns it contained. On this page, I explain how the Triangle is formed, and more importantly, many of its patterns. Pascals Triangle Rating: url: http://forum.swarthmore.edu/workshops/usi/pascal/pascal_numberpatterns.html This web site has all the main patterns found in pascals triangle including : Catalan Numbers, Fibonacci Numbers, Hexagonal Numbers, Natural Numbers, Triangular Numbers, Tetrahedral Numbers and more. Cut The Knot Rating: url: http://www.cut-the-knot.com/games.html

42. Fibonacchi
3+5=8 etc This sequence can also be found in pascals triangle Maths Through TheAges Probability geometry The Computer Tutor Revision Dictionary Calculators
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 var cm_role = "live" var cm_host = "tripod.lycos.com" var cm_taxid = "/memberembedded" ...and the golden number... Leonard of Piza, also known as Fibonacci was one of the greatest mathematicians of his time. He even devised his own number sequence: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55 etc... which was approapriately named Fibonacci's sequence. The sequence is made by adding the previous two numbers together to get the next number, e.g. 0+1=1 1+1=2, 1+2=3, 2+3=5, 3+5=8 etc...This sequence can also be found in Pascals triangle: Here you add the numbers in the cells in a diagonal to get the Fibonacci numbers. If we were to divide each number by the number before it we would find the following sequence: 1/1 = 1, 2/1 = 2, = 1Â·61538... It is easier to see what is happening if we plot the resulting numbers on a graph: As you can see the numbers are getting closer and closer together in value. The average of these numbers is called the golden number, the golden mean or phi. The thing to remember about phi is that the number gets more accurate as you keep dividing, but I have approximated it to 1.625. But what if we if we do it the other way round, and divide each number by the one

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44. Patterns
Sites are available for patterns in algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, fractals,fractions, and tesselations. Also has some work with pascals triangle.
Return to: Homepage Elementary Table Middle School Table High School Table ... General Internet Sites Table
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##### Elementary
Benchmark 1. "Recognize, describe and extend numerical and geometric patterns."
123 Order - Patterns (I.1.E.1)
Outstanding This site is a number game where students need to click on the next number in the number line. Recommended for grades pre-K-1. This site has many online activities for the early elementary group, however if upper elementary students are struggling with math facts then this site would also facilitate these groups.
New
Students are able to choose from a variety of options, solve a problem, and create or complete a puzzle. This is recommended for middle-upper elementary grades.
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This site allows teachers to connect children's literature with the concept of patterns and their relationships. This site contains directions and a materials list for children to play a pattern block game. There is a game board that needs to be downloaded and printed for the children. After the game board is downloaded, reduce the print size to 65% in order to get the entire game board on one piece of paper. At the completion of the game, the children use their pattern blocks to create a picture. This is a student activity. This is a unit which follows a ten day lesson plan. It involves the student in collecting and organizing real-world items into patterns. The student should be able to design a plan to solve problems using manipulatives, organizing and interpreting data, and using patterns. The unit involves station work, ideas for assessment techniques, and integration of Patterns Across the Curriculum. The student activities are not computer interactive, but are classroom activities.

45. ENC Online: Curriculum Resources: Topics For Mathematics Clubs (ENC-008457, Tabl
Cardinality of infinite sets pascals triangle, by John D. Neff Arithmetic Set theoryAlgebra Plane geometry Probability Trigonometry Solid geometry Calculus
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Fibonacci sequences, by Brother Alfred Brousseau
Intuitive discovery of Fibonacci relations
Fibonacci sequences and the golden section ratio Fibonacci numbers in the world Projective geometry, by Donald J. Dessart What is projective geometry? Principle of duality Desarguess theorem Pascals theorem Cross ratio Harmonic set of points Groups, by Roy Dubisch What is a group? Isomorphic groups Subgroups Cyclic groups Infinity and transfinite numbers, by Sister Conrad Monrad

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47. Python And Mathematics (PyCon 2004)
with the early accessibility and relevance of spatial geometry if taught def pascal() Generate rows of pascals triangle row = 1 while True yield row row
http://python.fyxm.net/pycon/dc2004/papers/15/
##### Preamble
I thought it would be useful, at least in the written version of this talk, to attempt more overview and context. I've already posted a lot of example code and curriculum , in conjunction with others, to the web. Rather than include too much of that here, I'd like to take this opportunity to provide a snap shot of my current thinking, something to look back on later, partly to gauge how accurately I was reading the signs or how misled. Those mostly interested in reading source code should follow the links or run some searches.
##### Setting the Stage
Computer science used to be an exclusively university-based discipline, as universities were the only institutions, outside the government and big business, who could afford big iron. Then came the PC revolution, spearheaded by Apple and IBM, the latter in partnership with Microsoft. A generation of IT workers trained up on this equipment, while a separate and still university- based cadre continued in the Unix tradition. These last two trajectories converged thanks largely to the GNU and Linux projects, which brought a Unix-like operating system to the desktop. Apple has followed suit, basing OS X on FreeBSD. The pre-college curriculum was somewhat indirectly impacted by the universities-only phase of the computer revolution in the 1960s, with the advent of the new mathematics in the United States. This included a hefty helping of boolean algebra, so-called truth tables, which have remained in most curricula to this day. "Computer programmer" entered the lexicon of school kids, as a new career possibility. Computers invaded science fiction and popularizations. The dream of a chess playing computer, first triggered by

Circle Zero, Fill and Pour, Turtle geometry, Algebra Tiles, Box Plot. NumberPuzzles, Golden Rectangle, pascals triangle, Platonic Solids,
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51. Newsgroops - Sci.math
Re Generating complete rows in pascals triangle independent of p, Torben ÃgidiusMogen, Mar 4, 2004 100639. Re Circle geometry, Richard Henry, Mar 4, 2004 -9
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52. DOCUMENTATION FOR THE MIT SCHEME PROBLEM SET DATABASE VERSION 1.0
89) Food For Thought (Fall 88) Data Abstractions (Spring 88) geometry Data Abstraction PASCAL Striangle/ SMOOTHING Content pascals triangle; smoothing of
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 53. Ask Jeeves: Search Results For "Pascal's Triangle Calculator" The triangle. In this section, you will learn the many patterns that can be foundin pascals . http//www.ga.k12.pa.us/academics/us/Math/geometry/http://megadirectory.ask.com/megadirectory/search.php?qry=Pascal's Triangle Calc

54. Math Courses Zarko Accomplished
Middle line of triangle. Characteristic curves and surfaces in hyperbolic geometry. Projectivegeometry of second order curves. pascals and Brianchon theorem.
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 Some of the math courses Zarko accomplished Translation on English from Serbo- Croat of few courses description from Mathematical Section at Faculty of Philosophy on University of Nis, Serbia, Yugoslavia Content: MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS I ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS III PROGRAMMING AND COMPUTING MACHINES ... ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS WITH METHODICS Wet Seal: Socialist Republic Serbia University of Nis Faculty of Philosophy Nis III. U N I V E R S I T Y O F N I S FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY OOUR NATURAL MATHEMATICAL SECTION TEACHING PROGRAM FOR MATHEMATICS GROUP Nis, January 1984. Wet Seal: Socialist Republic Serbia University of Nis Faculty of Philosophy Nis III FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY IN NIS Natural Mathematical Section Group for Mathematics MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS I I and II semester 4 + 4 Elements of set theory. Zermalo-Frenkel's system of axioms. Language of the set theory, formulas. Classes. Precise formulations of axioms. Axioms of extensionality, pair and separation. Axiom of union, partitioned set, infinity, substitution. Axiom of regularity and axiom of choice. Structures on sets. Algebraic structures. Order structure. Topologic structure.

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57. Pascal's Triangle
Fractal geometry Pascal s triangle mod 2, and mod n, etc
http://hverrill.net/pages~helena/pascal/
URL http://shimura.math.berkeley.edu/~helena/pascal/
##### Contents
• Puzzles
• Related Triangles 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

58. GEOMETRY
geometry, the general term for the branch of. mathematics which has for its province the study of the properties of space. From experience, or possibl at hand. Pythagorean geometry was essentially a geometry of areas and each side an isosceles triangle having its vertex on the
http://www.1911encyclopedia.org/G/GE/GEOMETRY.htm
##### GEOMETRY
GEOMETRY It is convenient to discuss the subject-matter of geometry under the following headings: I. Euclidean Geometry: a discussion of the axioms of existent space and of the geometrical entities, followed by a synoptical account of Euclids Elements. II, Projective Geometry: primarily Euclidean, but differing from I. in employing the notion of geometrical continuity (q.v.) points and lines at infinity. III. Descriptive Geometry: the methods for representing upon planes figures placed in space of three dimensions. V. Line Geometry: an analytical treatment of the line regarded as the space element. VT. Non-Euclidean Geometry: a discussion of geometries other than that of the space of experience. VII. Axioms of Geometry: a critical analysis of the foundations of geometry. ~A fresh stimulus was given by, the succeeding Platonists, who, accepting in part the Pythagorean. cosmology, made the study of geometry preliminary to that of philosophy. The many discoveries made by this school were facilitated in no small measure by the clarification of the axioms and definitions, thc logical sequence of propositions which was adopted, and, mor especially, by the formulation of the analytic method, i,e. ol assuming the truth of a proposition and then reasoning to 1 i For Egyptian geometry see EGYPT. Science and Matherna~ics.

59. Blaise Pascal (1623 - 1662)
twelve years old, he asked in what geometry consisted. Pascal, stimulated no doubtby the injunction against reading it sum of the angles of a triangle is equal
http://www.maths.tcd.ie/pub/HistMath/People/Pascal/RouseBall/RB_Pascal.html
##### Blaise Pascal (1623 - 1662)
From `A Short Account of the History of Mathematics' (4th edition, 1908) by W. W. Rouse Ball. Among the contemporaries of Descartes none displayed greater natural genius than Pascal, but his mathematical reputation rests more on what he might have done than on what he actually effected, as during a considerable part of his life he deemed it his duty to devote his whole time to religious exercises. Blaise Pascal Elements , a book which Pascal read with avidity and soon mastered. In 1650, when in the midst of these researches, Pascal suddenly abandoned his favourite pursuits to study religion, or, as he says in his , ``contemplate the greatness and the misery of man''; and about the same time he persuaded the younger of his two sisters to enter the Port Royal society. His famous Provincial Letters directed against the Jesuits, and his , were written towards the close of his life, and are the first example of that finished form which is characteristic of the best French literature. The only mathematical work that he produced after retiring to Port Royal was the essay on the cycloid in 1658. He was suffering from sleeplessness and toothache when the idea occurred to him, and to his surprise his teeth immediately ceased to ache. Regarding this as a divine intimation to proceed with the problem, he worked incessantly for eight days at it, and completed a tolerably full account of the geometry of the cycloid. I now proceed to consider his mathematical works in rather greater detail.

60. Pascal's Triangle -- From MathWorld
Pickover, C. A. Beauty, Symmetry, and Pascal s triangle. Ch. Wells, D. The PenguinDictionary of Curious and Interesting geometry. London Penguin, pp.
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/PascalsTriangle.html
 INDEX Algebra Applied Mathematics Calculus and Analysis Discrete Mathematics ... Alphabetical Index ABOUT THIS SITE About MathWorld About the Author DESTINATIONS What's New MathWorld Headline News Random Entry ... Live 3D Graphics CONTACT Email Comments Contribute! Sign the Guestbook MATHWORLD - IN PRINT Order book from Amazon Discrete Mathematics Combinatorics Binomial Coefficients ... Number Triangles Pascal's Triangle Pascal's triangle is a number triangle with numbers arranged in staggered rows such that where is a binomial coefficient . The triangle was studied by B. Pascal although it had been described centuries earlier by Chinese mathematician Yanghui (about 500 years earlier, in fact) and the Persian astronomer-poet It is therefore known as the Yanghui triangle in China. Starting with n = 0, the triangle is (Sloane's Pascal's formula shows that each subsequent row is obtained by adding the two entries diagonally above, The plot above shows the binary representations for the first 255 (top figure) and 511 (bottom figure) terms of a flattened Pascal's triangle. The first number after the 1 in each row divides all other numbers in that row iff it is a prime The sums of the number of odd entries in the first n rows of Pascal's triangle for n = 0, 1, ... are 0, 1, 3, 5, 9, 11, 15, 19, 27, 29, 33, 37, 45, 49, ... (Sloane's

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