
06184944
a
2013d.00298
Kopka, Jan
Feissner, George
Number triangles: a topic for school investigation.
Billich, Martin (ed.), Mathematica IV. Proceedings of the PolishCzechSlovak mathematical conference, Catholic University Ru\v{z}omberok, Spi\v{s}sk\'a Kapitula, Slovakia, June 58, 2012. Ru\v{z}omberok: Verbum, Catholic University in Ru\v{z}omberok Press (ISBN 9788080849542/pbk). Scientific Issues, 9198 (2012).
2012
Ru\v{z}omberok: Verbum, Catholic University in Ru\v{z}omberok Press
EN
D50
F30
F60
investigation
square grid
triangular grid
cubic grid
Fibonacci numbers
Tribonacci numbers
http://math.ku.sk/data/konferenciasub/CPSMC2012/Mathematica_IV_print_2012.pdf
Summary: Solve the following problem: Consider a square grid on which a path can be tracen along horizontal and vertical lines. How many different routes are there from a given point $S$ to a point $F$? The solution of this problem can lead to the famous Pascal's triangle. In this article, we want to show how to obtain other interesting number triangles.