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The integers in Pascal's Triangle follow patterns where each term is the sum of the two terms above it, and also are connected to nCr values. You can use each row as the coefficients in binomial expansion, as we model here. You can also find the nth term (or nth coefficient) of an expanded binomial using either Pascal's Triangle or nCr shortcuts.
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