Pascal's Triangle Race

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Man this feels like roll the dice. I wonder if the guiness book of world records has some ground rules for a game.
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Rakequiescent saidMan this feels like roll the dice. I wonder if the guiness book of world records has some ground rules for a game.

I'm intrigued. What is a Triangle Game?
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tangentofaj said
Rakequiescent saidMan this feels like roll the dice. I wonder if the guiness book of world records has some ground rules for a game.

I'm intrigued. What is a Triangle Game?

I didn't see much use in the pattern of numbers called a Pascal Triangle besides a nuance corealated to the fibonacci sequence, so made a racing dice game of it to make it more interesting, sentimental even.
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Rakequiescent said
tangentofaj said
Rakequiescent saidMan this feels like roll the dice. I wonder if the guiness book of world records has some ground rules for a game.

I'm intrigued. What is a Triangle Game?

I didn't see much use in the pattern of numbers called a Pascal Triangle besides a nuance corealated to the fibonacci sequence, so made a racing dice game of it to make it more interesting, sentimental even.
I see no correlation to the Fibonacci sequence.
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paulflexes saidI see no correlation to the Fibonacci sequence.

Here's a relationship between Fibonacci's Sequence and the diagonals of Pascal's Triangle that's pretty interesting! -- http://www.maplesoft.com/applications/view.aspx?SID=3617&view=html
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Rakequiescent saidI didn't see much use in the pattern of numbers called a Pascal Triangle besides a nuance corealated to the fibonacci sequence, so made a racing dice game of it to make it more interesting, sentimental even.

Alright, out with it! How do you play this game of yours?
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tangentofaj said
paulflexes saidI see no correlation to the Fibonacci sequence.

Here's a relationship between Fibonacci's Sequence and the diagonals of Pascal's Triangle that's pretty interesting! -- http://www.maplesoft.com/applications/view.aspx?SID=3617&view=html
Cool! I didn't notice that before.
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tangentofaj said
paulflexes saidI see no correlation to the Fibonacci sequence.

Here's a relationship between Fibonacci's Sequence and the diagonals of Pascal's Triangle that's pretty interesting! -- http://www.maplesoft.com/applications/view.aspx?SID=3617&view=html

Wow, i don't really know the terms in that proof but if its true that neat. I just made the game up for the principle of a corelation in numbers and reasoning.
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