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# Tag Archives: subsets

## Quick Post: Introducing Pascal’s Triangle with Set Theory

It occurred to me today that I could ‘meaningfully’ introduce Pascal’s triangle before students meet the binomial theorem. When teaching basic set theory, the most interesting part for me is to ask students to investigate the number of subsets of a set … Continue reading