woah I did not know about powers of 11!!!

And yes!! I use Pascal's triangle for combinations and permutations

woah I did not know about powers of 11!!!

And yes!! I use Pascal's triangle for combinations and permutations

I'm gonna be reading more about it on the Wikipedia page

Forgot about binomial expansions!!

oh yes that too!!

I am going to look back where I mentioned Pascal's triangle in the Challenge topic I think

This is the coolest thing ever about Pascal's Triangle. I'll post the description in a moment:

Each frame represents a row in Pascal's triangle. Each column of pixels is a number in binary with the least significant bit at the bottom. Light pixels represent ones and the dark pixels are zeroes.

Honestly, I just like being able to see pictures and animals in it!

Also.. Pascal's Triangle has to do with triangle numbers and n-simplex numbers! We could do an awesome integration thing!!!!!

Ok, this is crazy

We'll definitely do some awesome integration

All the shaded numbers are odd. No way.

Woah I only had seen the triangle numbers which i'd put in the post, let alone all the others

and shading the odd numbers? I never ever knew about that....

...This is just too cool

I found what I was looking for

it is a very small part to add:

There is a formula,

^{10}C_{n}, which gives the number of combinations for '10 choose`n`

items' (there are other notations for this, I am just using this one.) You can learn more about combinations at Khan Academy.Pascal's triangle has a pattern where for each n-th horizontal row, the numbers in that row are equal to

^{n}C_{0},^{n}C_{1},^{n}C_{2}, ...,^{n}C_{n}

Oh gosh I'm sorry about that t1, this whole help with code thing has affected us all.

Haha aw thanks @Currency5097193 it's okay (I am hoping we will be able to at least retrieve them at some point... there is a lot of helpful stuff back in Help with code.) hmm it looks like in the meantime we might have to wait a bit longer for a trig post instead of me copying and pasting a link immediately

Hey look I had pasted the link in another topic so I still have the link :

http://forum.gethopscotch.com/t/tangent-tutorial/27255/7?source_topic_id=34945Sadly we can't access the topic itself though.

Is that actually made from the triangle? That is really mindblowing. Interesting how such a simple concept like can be so awesome. Guess that shows you the wonders of math and numbers

Yeah! The first time I saw it, I couldn't believe it! I don't fully understand what's going on (found it on Wikipedia) but would definitely love to recreate it in Hopscotch with clones

(It'd be awesome to start a math collab where we do all sorts of math projects and ideas)

woah sounds cool if u ever need help I'll be here !

(Or Are u doing a public collab)

BTW!

Can I add math questions??

I'm working on the cube project thingy bob right now

Sure! Feel free to add questions whenever!

Also, I'm going to create a topic really soon