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Volume 9, Number 30

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26 July 2004                                      Vol. 9, No. 30

                  THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

      REL Network | Pascal's Triangle From Top to Bottom
                          Science.gov


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             PASCAL'S TRIANGLE FROM TOP TO BOTTOM

                http://binomial.csuhayward.edu/

  Matthew Hubbard and Tom Roby at Cal State University, Hayward,
  provide a comprehensive resource for the study of Pascal's
  Triangle. Their mission states:

  "There are many websites that deal with different aspects of
  Pascal's Triangle; our intention is to be as thorough as
  possible. We want the site to be useful to everyone from high
  school students and their teachers to graduate students and
  working mathematicians. Proofs and application pages will be
  given degrees of difficulty and if special knowledge is needed
  (or useful) to understand the math involved, it will be listed
  at the top."

  Areas of the site include:

    - Terms, Symbols, and FAQ
    - History
    - Applications and Applets
    - Identities and Proofs
    - Modern Algorithms
    - Reliable Resources
    - Other Websites
    - Stuff for High School Teachers
    - Recent Research
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               PASCAL'S TRIANGLE - THE MATH FORUM

           http://mathforum.org/workshops/usi/pascal/

  A Web unit designed to support workshops given by the Math
  Forum for the Urban Systemic Initiative (Philadelphia and
  San Diego). Read about the history of Pascal's triangle and
  learn to construct it; view illustrations of number patterns
  to be discovered; carry out interactive investigations in
  JavaScript or the Geometer's Sketchpad, and explore this
  famous triangle through lesson plans that feature questions,
  answers, discussion, and student worksheets.

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  Visitors to the site can search across Alliance agency
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  Each agency selects its best science information for
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   - selected authoritative science Web sites
   - often hard-to-access scientific databases

  This gateway to government science information allows
  searches across 30 databases and more than 1,700 science Web
  sites. Science.gov currently accesses over 47 million pages
  of government science information.
            
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