Pascal’s triangle, named for French philosopher and mathematician Blaise Pascal, is an array of binomial coefficients presented in a triangle form. Rows of Pascal’s triangle are structured from the top row (0th row) with conventional numerators beginning with 1. Each adjacent row consists of staggered values comprised of the sum of the numbers directly above the value. As rows are constructed below the preceding row, values are applied left to right, with a blank value treated as zero (making the left and right-most values therefore always equal to the top … [Read more...]