Star of David theorem

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The Star of David theorem (the rows of the Pascal triangle are shown as columns here).

The Star of David theorem is a mathematical result on arithmetic properties of binomial coefficients. It was discovered by Henry W. Gould in 1972.

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The greatest common divisors of binomial coefficients forming the Star of David shape in Pascal's triangle, are equal:

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