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Drawing of Pascal's Triangle published in 1308 by Zhu Shijie (1260-1320). It was called Yanghui Triangle by the Chinese.

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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  • (del) (cur) 11:59, 7 December 2006 . . Noe ( Talk | contribs) . . 704×1095 (60,517 bytes) (A higher-resolution version. Note that top part (above the line) is an enlarged version of the former low-res file.)
  • (del) (rev) 06:05, 19 March 2006 . . Nishishei ( Talk | contribs) . . 217×336 (12,061 bytes) (First drawing of Pascal's Triangle by Zhu Shijie (1260-1320). It was called Yanghui Triangle by the Chinese.)

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  • Pascal's triangle
  • Counting rods
  • Yang Hui
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  • History of algebra