Best Answer: There are lots of patterns in Pascal's triangle. To find the pattern, one must construct an analog to Pascal's triangle, whose entries are the coefficients of (x + 2) Row Number, instead of (x + 1) Row Number. Pascal's Triangle was originally developed by the ancient Chinese, but Blaise Pascal was the first person to discover the importance of all the patterns it contained. Featured Activities: Pascal's Triangle Activities. Click on any of the links below to perform a new search: Title: Pascal's Triangle–Patterns, Paths, and Plinko. To find the pattern, one must construct an analog to Pascal's triangle, whose entries are the coefficients of (x + 2) Row Number, instead of (x + 1) Row Number. 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.

**Pascal’s Triangle Patterns**

- An explanation of what Pascal's Triangle is, how it is formed, and several different patterns inside of the triangle.
- See the page on figurate numbers, then come back to this page to see whether you can find any figurate numbers in Pascal's Triangle.
- This lesson is designed to show students that patterns exist in the Pascal's Triangle, and to reinforce student's ability to identify patterns.
- TITLE: Probability and Patterns with Pascal.
- SUBJECT: 11th grade Algebra 3, Probability, Patterns in Mathematics.
- One of the most interesting Number Patterns is Pascal's Triangle (named after Blaise Pascal, a famous French Mathematician and Philosopher).

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