Removing first row of the triangle.

then..

If I add elements of every row (again, except 1st),

I get

2/2

47/2

95/2

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Every row has 2^row_number elements.

2 in some power, usually indicates the number of elements in a power set.

Therefore, If I look at the 3rd row (where the sum is equal to 95/2).

I can interpret this as, there was initially set of 5 elements.

Its power set has 32 elements.

--

Now thinking, what these 5 elements can look like,

(and how they relate to the 4 element-set of the previous row).

--

I cannot think, of a killer observation here, yet :-). Need to break at 3:21am.

then..

If I add elements of every row (again, except 1st),

I get

2/2

47/2

95/2

---

Every row has 2^row_number elements.

2 in some power, usually indicates the number of elements in a power set.

Therefore, If I look at the 3rd row (where the sum is equal to 95/2).

I can interpret this as, there was initially set of 5 elements.

Its power set has 32 elements.

--

Now thinking, what these 5 elements can look like,

(and how they relate to the 4 element-set of the previous row).

--

I cannot think, of a killer observation here, yet :-). Need to break at 3:21am.