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61. Galton Board -- From MathWorld
scientist Sir Francis Galton. It consists of pascals triangle, wherethe binomial coefficients are replaced by pegs. These form a
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63. Pascal
Ãtienne Pascal decided that Blaise was not to study mathematics raised by this, startedto work on geometry himself at sum of the angles of a triangle are two
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##### Born: 19 June 1623 in Clermont (now Clermont-Ferrand), Auvergne, France Died: 19 Aug 1662 in Paris, France
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Blaise Pascal was the third of decided that Blaise was not to study mathematics before the age of 15 and all mathematics texts were removed from their house. Blaise however, his curiosity raised by this, started to work on geometry himself at the age of 12. He discovered that the sum of the angles of a triangle are two right angles and, when his father found out, he relented and allowed Blaise a copy of Euclid At the age of 14 Blaise Pascal started to accompany his father to Mersenne 's meetings. Mersenne belonged to the religious order of the Minims, and his cell in Paris was a frequent meeting place for Gassendi Roberval Carcavi , Auzout, Mydorge , Mylon, Desargues and others. Soon, certainly by the time he was 15, Blaise came to admire the work of Desargues . At the age of sixteen, Pascal presented a single piece of paper to one of

64. Biopasca
Thus, Pascal was not allowed to study mathematics until the age that the sum of theangles of a triangle is two gave him a copy of a Euclidian geometry textbook
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##### Background
Blaise Pascal, the only son of Etienne Pascal, was born on June 19, 1623 in what was Clermont (now Clermont-Ferrand), Auvergne, France. In 1632, the Pascals left Clermont for Paris, where Blaise's father took it upon himself to educate the family. Thus, Pascal was not allowed to study mathematics until the age of 15, and all math texts were removed from the house. Despite all this, Blaise's curiosity grew and he began to work on geometry himself at the age of 12. After discovering that the sum of the angles of a triangle is two right angles, his father relented and gave him a copy of a Euclidian geometry textbook.
##### An Early Achiever
Blaise Pascal made many discoveries between the ages of fourteen and twenty-four. At fourteen, he attended his father's geometry meetings, and at 16, he composed an essay on conic sections, which was published in 1640. Between the ages of 18 and 22, he invented a digital calculator, called a Pascaline, to assist his father in collecting taxes.

65. National Library Of Virtual Manipulatives
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67. MSN Encarta - Suchergebnisse - Pascal Blaise
triangle of probabilities Pascal, Blaise - MathematicsDepartment Info Service great contributions to the field of geometry.
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69. Untitled
Pascal wrote an essay on conics extending the work of Desargues in projective geometry,though it Pascal wrote his TraitÃ© du triangle arithmetique in
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 Next: About this document April 2, 1997 Early Calculus I Albert Girard (1595-1632) - Theory of Equations Jan de Witt (1623-1672) - Analytic Geometry Marin Mersenne (1588-1648) - Scientific Journal/Society Girard Desargues (1591-1661) - Projective Geometry Frans von Schooten (1615-1660) - Analytic Geometry Christian Huygens (1629-1695) - Probability Johann Hudde Early Probability Early serious attempts at probability had already been attempted by Cardano and Tartaglia. They desired a better understanding of gambling odds. Some study about dice date even earlier. There are recorded attempts to understand odds dating back to Roman times. Cardano published Liber de Ludo Alea (Book on Games of Chance) in 1526. He discusses dice as well stakes games. He then computes fair stakes based on the number of outcomes. He was also aware of independent events and the multiplication rule: if A and B are independent events then Cardano discussed this problem: How many throws must be allowed to provide even odds for attaining two sixes on a pair of dice? Cardano reasoned it should be 18. He also argued that with a single dice, three rolls are required for even odds of rolling a 2. He was wrong. This type problem still challenges undergraduate math majors to this day.

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72. Blaise Pascal
According to his sister Gilberte, Pascal ``discovered geometry on age of twelve,he was drawing geometric figures on the interior angles of a triangle add up
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 Accomplishments Pascal's Theorem Bibliography Back to the front page Blaise Pascal - Life Julia Chew Elements and from this time on allowed him to continue his studies in mathematics. (Bishop) Pascal's father then brought him into the society of mathematicians with whom he was associated with. The met every week to discuss current topics in science and math. (Bishop) Members of this group, headed by Mersenne, included other reknowned mathematicians such as Desargue, Roberval, Fermat and Descartes. (Davidson) At these meetings, Pascal was introduced to the latest developments in math. Soon he was making his own discoveries and publishing his own results. By the age of sixteen, he published his Essai pour les Coniques (1640) In the same year, the family moved to Rouen. Two years later, Pascal began working on his calculating machine which was completed in 1644. (Krailsheimer) The same year, Pascal found a new interest in physics. A family friend introduced the Pascals to Torricelli's experimet involving a tube of mercury turned upside down in a bowl also filled with mercury. They found that the mercury fell to a certain point in the tube and stopped. Pascal continued to conduct the experiment many times with variations. The results of his experiments and his conclusions were published in 1651 as Traite du vide (Treatise on the vacuum). (Davidson).

73. Prentice Hall - Friendly Introduction To Number Theory, A 2 Book Cased - Joseph
37. Sums of Powers. 38. Binomial Coefficients and pascals triangle. 39. PrimalityTesting and Carmichael Numbers. 40. Cubic Curves and Elliptic Curves. 41.
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74. Course Information
Sequences Work with algebraic and geometric sequences and series, infiniteseries, pascals triangle and the binomial theorem. Probability
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75. Geometry Triangle
geometry triangle. That of geometry Right triangle course was notthe best taste; that was rather violent. geometry triangle. She
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 76. Homework Hero Due 5/20 handout on pascals triangle. Due Mon. 5/17 - handout on identifyingnumber sequences to be arithmetic, geometric, or neither.http://www.homeworkhero.com/cgi-bin/aahero01/acceptit20/displaypf.cgi?kgrimeslam

77. Christos Obretenov | Www.christoso.com
1 2 1 is the 3 rd row in the Pascal triangle. Jia Xian did his calculations on acounting board. 11921279. Area of Math. Algebraic equations for geometry. Works.
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78. Everything Or Nothing
Likewise with a pyramid. If the properties of geometry fit perfectly topascals triangle, they fit perfectly with a binary probability table.
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##### everything or nothing
Follow Ups Post Followup Ebtx D-Board FAQ Posted ByMatt on May 08, 2001 at 20:57:48: I remembered this the other day, and the more I think about it, the more it seems like a piece of the big puzzle. Before I can explain it, the relationship between pascals triangle and a probability table needs to be understood. (they are basically the same thing) Take a binary probability table. Only 2 things, 1 and 0. For every 1 OR 0, there is a 1 AND 0. It looks something like this. The + is a 1 AND/OR 0.
Now take pascals triangle. A 1 on the first row, and each row adds up to twice what the previous row was. It looks like this.
Pascals triangle is the same as the probability table. If you add up the ones in each section of the probability table, they are the numbers in pascals triangle. Basically, pascals triangle is the number of ones for every section of a probability table.
Okay, here's what's been bugging me. I need to explain the simple geometry first. The simplest 1 dimensional thing, a line segment. 1 termination point on each end. So, 1 line, 2 points. The simplest 2 dimensional thing, a triangle (not circle, I'll explain). 3 points for the corners, and 3 lines connecting the points. So, 1 plane, 3 lines, 3 points.

79. CUBE
the trisectrix, a special form, of pascals limaon (qv an allimportant part in thegeometry and cosmology the following terms The isosceles triangle which has
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##### CUBE
CUBE All these solutions were condemned by Plato on the ground that they were mechanical and not geometrical, i.e. they were not effected by means of circles and lines. However, no proper geometrical solution, in Platos sense, was obtained; in fact it is now generally agreed that, with such a restriction, the problem is insoluble. The pursuit of mechanical methods furnished a stimulus to the study of mechanical loci, for example. the locus of a point carried on a rod which is caused to move according to a definite rule. Thus Nicomedes invented the conchoid (q.v.); Diodes the cissoid (q.v.); Dinostratus studied the quadratrix invented by Hippias; all these curves furnished solutions, as is also the case with the trisectrix, a special form, of Pascals limaon (q.v.). These problems were also attacked by the Arabian mathematicians; Tobit ben Korra (836901) is credited with a solution, while Abul Gud solved it by means of a parabola and an equilateral hyperbola. In algebra, the cube of a quantity is the quantity multiplied by itself twice, i.e. if abe the quantity aXaXa(=af) is its cube. Similarly the cube root of a quantity is another quantity which when multiplied by itself twice gives the original quantity; thus ai is the cube root of a (see ARITHMETIC and ALGEBRA). A cubic equation is one in which the highest power of the unknown is the cube (see EQUATION); similarly, a cubic curve has an equation containing no term of a power higher than the third, the powers of a compound term being added together.

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Spreadsheets, Pascal's Triangle and Seirpinski Triangles.

In this paper (still under construction) I plan to discuss the Pascals'triangle, Sierpinski triangles and their relationship using the spreadsheetas the tool of investigation: For the moment click here to watch thespreadsheet generate diagrams such the one above.....
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