Prime Rows of Pascal's Triangle

Discussion in 'Number Theory' started by Dr_Prime, Jun 22, 2024.

  1. Dr_Prime


    Jun 22, 2024
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    I know every prime row of pascal's triangle added up, and then subtracted by 2 has a factor of p, where p is the prime used
    for the prime row. Can you prove no prime rows of pascal's triangle added up and subracted by 2, ever has p^2 as a factor?
    Dr_Prime, Jun 22, 2024
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