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Name Institution InstructorPascal’s Fifth Consequence Exercise 1.1 A reciprocal cell in the Pascal’s Arithmetic Triangle is the corresponding cell in the same base that is equidistant from the ends of that base. Exercise 1.2 H E and C Exercise 1.3 Note: in every arithmetical triangle each cell is equal to its reciprocal thus;H + E + C = (D + B + θ) +( D + B) E:C :: 2:3 E = D + B and C = B + θThus H = D Exercise 1.4 R = E Defining R R = λ + θ E = B + D since λ and D are extremes. Thus reciprocal of E is R Exercise 1.5 Cell C do number of cell K = 3 Column number of cell Q = 6 Exercise 1.5 Row number of cell ρ = 4 Column number of K = 5 Exercise 1.6 Row number of cell ξ = 3 Column number of K = 5 Exercise 1.7 Row number of cell N = 6 Column number of ξ = 2 Exercise 1.8 Row of cell ζ = 7 Column number of cell N = 2 Exercise 1.9 There is a close relationship between the horizontal row with the vertical column because they start at 1 or an arbitrary cell Exercise 1.10 The key question is can a proportion that is found in one base be found in the next base? [...]

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