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There is a row of Pascal's triangle that has three successive positive entries, a , b, and c such that b is double c and a is triple c. If this row begins 1, n then find n.

supermanaccz Oct 25, 2017

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**There is a row of Pascal's triangle that has three successive positive entries,"a" "b" and "c" such that "b" is double "c" and "a" is triple "c" If this row begins "1,n," then find n.**

see http://web2.0calc.com/questions/pascals-triangle_1

heureka Oct 25, 2017