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An element is randomly chosen from among the first 15 rows of Pascal's Triangle. What is the probability that the value of the element chosen is ?

Note: The 1 at the top is often labelled the "zeroth" row of Pascal's Triangle, by convention. So to count a total of 15 rows, use rows 0 through 14.

ColdplayMX Aug 21, 2018

#1**+1 **

An element is randomly chosen from among the first **15 **rows. I might have left that out.

ColdplayMX Aug 21, 2018