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# Multiple Color Version of the Star of David Theorems on Pascal’s Triangle and Related Arrays of Numbers

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## Abstract

This paper deals with research results which are a continuation of the reports given in [2], [3], [8], [10] and [11].

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Convex Hull Binomial Coefficient Regular Hexagon Multiple Color Greatest Common Divisor
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