## Computers and Applied MathematicsAntonia santamaría y alejandro silva

### Blaise Pascal (1623-1662):

#### -He also made the Pascal's Triangle that showed the binomial coefficients.

"Each number is the sum of the two directly above it."

### Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716):

#### -The binary numbers are just the zero (0) and the one (1). This two can combine in all possibly combinations (examples: 10110, 100011101, 111010, etc) and represent all the real numbers.

The (1) acts like "positive", "open" or "yes" and the (0) acts like "close", "negative" or "no"

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