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This page shows the many different patterns found in the horizontal and diagonal rows of Pascal’s Triangle. The page details how the triangle can be used to answer questions regarding the number of heads and tails in coin tossing and combinations of objects and contains links to related questions and activities.

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  • Education > General

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