Pascal's Triangle

This lesson discusses another problem that falls under the paradigm of divide and conquer algorithms: Pascal's triangle.

Pascal’s triangle

Pascal’s triangle is a triangular array of binomial coefficients. To make the triangle, we start with a “11” in the top most row and keep placing numbers in the subsequent rows below it to make a triangular pattern. Each number in the row is obtained by adding the numbers directly above it.


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