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Drawing of Pascal's Triangle published in 1303 by Zhu Shijie (1260-1320), in his Si Yuan Yu Jian. It was called Yanghui Triangle by the Chinese, after the mathematician Yang Hui.
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2007-09-27
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The fourth entry from the left in the second row from the bottom appears to be a typo (34 instead of 35, correctly given in the fifth entry in the same row).
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current10:34, 4 November 2007Thumbnail for version as of 10:34, 4 November 2007704 × 1,095 (74 KB)Olier Raby (Talk | contribs){{Image notes |Description=Drawing of Pascal's Triangle published in 1303 by Zhu Shijie (1260-1320), in his Si Yuan Yu Jian. It was called Yanghui Triangle by the Chinese, after the mathematician Yang Hui. |Author=[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:David_Shay David Shay] |Date=2007-09-27 |Source=[http://commons.wikimedia.org/ Wikimedia Commons] |Country first published in=United States |Copyright holder=Public domain (copyright has expired) |Notes=The fourth entry from the left in the second row from the bottom appears to be a typo (34 instead of 35, correctly given in the fifth entry in the same row). |Other versions= }}
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