At the 11:20 mark, the slide and the speaker says that "11 x 14 = 165", which is incorrect. Instead, 11 x 15 = 165.
In this lesson, you will learn about Pascal's Triangle, a fascinating mathematical concept that has many applications. The triangle is formed by ones along the edges and the sum of the two numbers above to get the number in the center. There are many patterns inside the triangle, including the Fibonacci sequence, prime numbers, and powers of 11. The lesson covers all of these patterns and shows how to use them to solve problems. Overall, it's an engaging introduction to a popular topic in math.
An explanation of what Pascal's Triangle is, how it is formed, and several different patterns inside of the triangle. Very cool patterns can be found inside, and this video helps explain them clearly and concisely, so you can understand them.