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Pascal Determinant (Posted on 2018-03-31) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Suppose that Pascal's triangle is written as follows:

1  1   1   1   1  .  .  .
1  2   3   4   5  .  .  .
1  3   6  10  15  .  .  .
1  4  10  20  35  .  .  .
1  5  15  35  70  .  .  .
.    .    .    .    .
.    .    .    .    .
.    .    .    .    .

The first row and column consist entirely of 1s, and every other number is the sum of the number to its left and the number above. For each positive number n, let D(n) denote the determinant of the matrix consisting of the first n rows and first n columns of this array. Compute D(n).

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re(2): computer assisted solutionbroll2018-04-12 03:02:17
re: computer assisted solutionCharlie2018-04-11 12:34:22
Solutioncomputer assisted solutionCharlie2018-03-31 14:28:37
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