Because soooo many ask, I might as well post it.

How to use Pascal's Triangle as a guide to MM:

Those are what we affectionately call "hockey sticks" for obvious reasons. You can start with any progression. Because the pascal's triangle has Fibonacci embedded in it, you are guaranteed to get an optimized path.

Different paths yield different reduction speeds.

70,56,28,8,1 Translated into mini would be excellent.

I really like the 45,36,28,21,15,10,6,3,1. That's excellent and has worked well in a pyramid in the past for me.

The red hockey stick of 84,56,21,6,1 works well also.

How I usually do it:

1) Pick the number of "steps" I want in a pyramid

2) Pick the starting amount in lot sizes. If the lot sizes seem too big, put a decimal between them.

3) From that number, pick a path radiating out that progresses at a rate you like.

Easy, breezy, beautiful..

How to use Pascal's Triangle as a guide to MM:

Those are what we affectionately call "hockey sticks" for obvious reasons. You can start with any progression. Because the pascal's triangle has Fibonacci embedded in it, you are guaranteed to get an optimized path.

Different paths yield different reduction speeds.

70,56,28,8,1 Translated into mini would be excellent.

I really like the 45,36,28,21,15,10,6,3,1. That's excellent and has worked well in a pyramid in the past for me.

The red hockey stick of 84,56,21,6,1 works well also.

How I usually do it:

1) Pick the number of "steps" I want in a pyramid

2) Pick the starting amount in lot sizes. If the lot sizes seem too big, put a decimal between them.

3) From that number, pick a path radiating out that progresses at a rate you like.

Easy, breezy, beautiful..

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