• Fibonacci Numbers Sequence Petals Italy
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    Fibonacci Numbers The Fibonacci numbers were first discovered by a man named Leonardo Pisano. He was known by his nickname, Fibonacci. The Fibonacci sequence is a sequence in which each term is the sum of the 2 numbers preceding it. The first 10 Fibonacci numbers are: (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89). These numbers are obviously recursive. Fibonacci was born around 1170 in Italy, and he died around 1240 in Italy. He played an important role in reviving ancient mathematics and made signifi...
  • The Golden Ratio Fibonacci Numbers Sequence
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    The Golden Ratio and Our World Leonardo of Pisa, better known as Fibonacci, was born in Pisa, Italy, about 1175 AD. He was known as the greatest mathematician of the middle ages. Completed in 1202, Fibonacci wrote a book titled Liber a baci on how to do arithmetic in the decimal system. Although it was Fibonacci himself that discovered the sequence of numbers, it was French mathematician, Edouard Lucas who gave the actual name of "Fibonacci numbers" to the series of numbers that was first mentio...
  • Discovery Of The Fibonacci Sequence
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    The Discovery of the Fibonacci Sequence man named Leonardo Pisano, who was known by his nickname, "Fibonacci", and named the series after himself, first discovered the Fibonacci sequence around 1200 A. D. The Fibonacci sequence is a sequence in which each term is the sum of the 2 numbers preceding it. The first 10 Fibonacci numbers are: (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89). These numbers are obviously recursive. Fibonacci was born around 1170 in Italy, and he died around 1240 in Italy, but th...
  • Fibonacci Golden Ratio
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    Fibonacci (a) Introduction (1) About Fibonacci (1) Time period (Hog 1) (2) Fibonacci s Life (Hog 1), (Vaj 9) (3) The Liber Abaci. (2) The Fibonacci Sequence (1) When discovered (Vaj 7) (2) Where it appears (Vaj 9) (3) The Golden Ratio (1) When discovered (2) Where it appears (4) Thesis: The Fibonacci Sequence and The Golden Ratio are very much a part of one another, and these two phenomena have many applications in math and nature. (b) The Simple explanations (1) How we arrive at the Fibonacci S...