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# Final Project - Pascal's Triangle on Google Sheets

For my final project, I chose to make a model of Pascal's Triangle using Google Sheets. It's pretty much the same things as Dylan did. It's a very simple code that I wrote in (with a little help from the web) that I then dragged down and over on the sheet to make the triangle. It's not really a triangle shape though it's more of a ramp. It is the same pattern of numbers though. I really like looking at the different patterns they make. As well as the actual patterns in the numbers, the way the numbers are visually looks really cool. I made it large because I wanted to see if anything came up. I have been trying to write a code that hides all the cells with just zeros but I haven't been able to. John or Dylan or anyone else if you know how to do this if you let me know that would be appreciated. I think I could do lots more with this sheet but I do not have the time so I am leaving it at this. I am going to use this as my other High Pass project for geometry as well.

Here is the sheet hopefully the link works.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xmXfOE2NH2i6Ca0mO35LrfaSvukmswOqSvLcFakc3Fo/edit?usp=sharing

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Fun idea with the zeros! I played around with this a bit but haven’t gotten anywhere yet. I’ll let you know if I make any progress.

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