This manipulative can be used to determine the coefficient of different terms of a binomial expansion
- This can teach the students the concepts of patterns, sums, counting numbers, odd and even numbers, horizontal and diagonal, powers, perfect squares, prime numbers, divisibility
- Pascal’s triangle helps in determining the coefficients which arise in binomial expansions
- It also helps in the calculation of combinations, e.g suppose a basketball team has 10 players and wants to know how many ways there are of selecting 8. The answer is entry 8 in row 10, which is 45; that is, 10 choose 8 is 45.
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