## What is Yang Hui triangle?

Yang Hui’s Triangle is a special triangular arrangement of numbers used in many areas of mathematics. In Asia, it is named after the famous 13th century Chinese mathematician Yang Hui, one of the first to describe its properties; in Europe it is often named after the 17th Century French mathematician Blaise Pascal.

What did Yang Hui do?

Yang Hui was a Chinese mathematician who wrote several outstanding mathematical texts. These contained solutions of quadratic equations as well as Pascal’s triangle and magic squares.

### Who discovered the triangle?

It is named for the 17th-century French mathematician Blaise Pascal, but it is far older. Chinese mathematician Jia Xian devised a triangular representation for the coefficients in the 11th century.

Why is the Pascal triangle important?

What is this triangle useful for? Due to the way numbers are arranged, it is possible to find several properties among them. Those properties are useful in some mathematical calculations and they were used in ancient times to calculate the square or cubic roots, or more recently in the rule of probabilities.

## Who is the father of triangles?

Many have speculated that the claims of the 5th-century BC Greek mathematician Pythagoras being the first to deduce facts about right-angled triangles just did not add up. Some believe later commentaries indicate it was the collaborative work of his followers, the Pythagoreans.

What is the sixth row of Pascal’s triangle?

∴ The elements along the sixth row of the Pascal’s triangle is 1, 5, 10, 10, 5, 1.

### What is Liu Hui famous for?

Liu Hui was a Chinese mathematician who wrote a commentary of the Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art.

What are the 3 sides of a triangle?

There are three types of triangle based on the length of the sides: equilateral, isosceles, and scalene.