Patterns are huge in mathematical findings and explorations! Pascal's Triangle is very famous for the many patterns that can be found within the numbers in the triangle. What patterns do you see? How are the numbers in each space selected? Share what you think! I can work through and finish a problem, even if it is challenging. I can agree or disagree with other's math work with polite reasoning. 5.PS.1, 5.PS.3
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table 1
8/24/2015 05:32:06 am
there is two of each number
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peyton
8/25/2015 04:36:02 am
xxpeytonsgotswaggxxx
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tabel#2
8/24/2015 05:34:46 am
Both sides have the same numbers.
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Table #5
8/24/2015 05:35:27 am
the layer after all of the ones, it counts to eleven and stops.
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table3
8/24/2015 05:35:58 am
there are 2
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Table 2
8/24/2015 05:36:28 am
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 diagonal
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table 5
8/24/2015 05:36:42 am
in on of lines it is go like this 12345....
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table 2
8/24/2015 05:37:31 am
duh theres a whole bunch of ones 9s,10s,2s,3s,4s,5s,
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Table 1 #peyton #SWAG!!!!!!!!!!
8/24/2015 05:37:38 am
there are 2 of every number
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5
8/24/2015 05:39:53 am
in every row there is the same number two times
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4 #
8/24/2015 05:40:35 am
on each side there is 1 though 11. the 1 conecks to 1 though 11 and makes numbers like this 1 4 6 4 1 when you go down the perimid the numbers get larger.
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Table 3
8/24/2015 05:41:09 am
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 3+3=6 6+4=10 10+5=15 15+6=21 21+7+28 36+8=45 45+9=55
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5
8/24/2015 05:41:54 am
I noticed every row has the same number twice.
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hayleigh
8/24/2015 05:42:01 am
everyone did a good job
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jacob table #5
8/25/2015 02:10:02 am
there is one that goes in order 1 to 10
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1
8/25/2015 02:10:25 am
there are to of every one of the numbers
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Table 5
8/25/2015 02:10:41 am
We found out on the bottom that it goes like this,
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Avori from table 5
8/25/2015 02:11:00 am
I found a pattern of 1 3 6 10 15 21 28 36 45 55 165 330 462 330 165 55
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Cadence
8/25/2015 02:11:46 am
there is one that goes 11 to 1
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Table 2
8/25/2015 02:11:49 am
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
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table 5
8/25/2015 02:11:55 am
1,3,6,10,15,21,28,36,45,55
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table 1
8/25/2015 02:12:43 am
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11; 1,6,21,56,126,152,462;1,5,10,10,5,1; 1,11,55,165,330,462,462,330,165,55,11,1;
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table 1
8/25/2015 02:13:39 am
they is each same number on the side
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jacob table # five
8/25/2015 02:13:53 am
all around the out side there ar e 1s
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Avori t 5
8/25/2015 02:14:06 am
good job every one
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Table 1
8/25/2015 02:14:12 am
if u look up and down and slanted u will see some
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Table two
8/25/2015 02:14:13 am
I found that if you look at the inside you see they`re repeating all the way up and down. The last two numbers are side to side. The numbers slit but are forming the first outside one`s. They are only showing two numbers side to side on the edge.
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Table 5
8/25/2015 02:16:11 am
We found another pattern 9,36,84,126,126,84,36,9
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tabel5 jacob
8/25/2015 02:20:29 am
youcould skipcount
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