Pascal's Triangle and the Polynomial (x+1)^n

Pascal's Triangle and the Polynomial (x+1)^n
Pascal's Triangle and the Polynomial (x+1)^n
Pascal's Triangle and the Polynomial (x+1)^n
Pascal's Triangle and the Polynomial (x+1)^n
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This worksheet lets students explore an interesting property of polynomials - if you take the coefficients of (x+1) raised to consecutively higher powers, you'll end up with Pascal's triangle! Students who haven't seen Pascal's triangle enjoy finding patterns in the triangle, and students who has seen it before are amazed at its relationship to this polynomial. The activity could easily be extended to a discussion/exploration of the binomial theorem.
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