Pascal’s triangle is an arithmetic triangle. It can raise a binomial to any power. The triangle consists of the coefficients of monomials comprising the formula of the n-th power of the sums of two numbers.
Pascal’s triangle is an isosceles triangle, which has one at the apex and a pair of ones on the sides. Each number is equal to the sum of the two numbers above it. The rows of Pascal’s triangle are symmetrical with respect to the vertical axis.
The triangle can be continued infinitely.
where n is a natural number and: