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What are some of the patterns in Fiboncacci Numbers ? Also looking for a list on characteristics thanks.

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Well, the Fibbonachi Sequence is a sequence where a number is added to the previous number. Starting at one, one will be added to one, which makes two. Two is added to one, which makes three. Three is added to two, to make five (so on, so forth).

 

The first 10 numbers (starting at one) are 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55

 

The numbers, put in a grid going clockwise (starting from (-1, 0)) form a shape known as the Fibbonachi Spiral, primary examples being the shells of snails and other mollusks.

 

Hope this helped.

 

-PR2GoldenLeaf

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Have you tried googling it?  

For general questions like this it is often better to google the question first and then come here if you can't find what you are after.

I am just trying to be helpful.

Melody  May 6, 2014
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Well, the Fibbonachi Sequence is a sequence where a number is added to the previous number. Starting at one, one will be added to one, which makes two. Two is added to one, which makes three. Three is added to two, to make five (so on, so forth).

 

The first 10 numbers (starting at one) are 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55

 

The numbers, put in a grid going clockwise (starting from (-1, 0)) form a shape known as the Fibbonachi Spiral, primary examples being the shells of snails and other mollusks.

 

Hope this helped.

 

-PR2GoldenLeaf

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Can you show us a picture of this fibonacci spiral please.  I don't know what you mean and I am interested.

Do you know how to upload a picture.  If you are not a member then i don't think you can anyway.

Maybe you could just paste a web address in for us.

Melody  May 6, 2014
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@Melody

 

Fibbonachi Spiral (Hurricane)

 

Fibbonachi Spiral

 

Though I got them mixed up, the first one is a natural example, and the second one is an outline (including numbers!)

 

-PR2GoldenLeaf

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Thank you

Why don't you sign up and become a permanent recognised part of our community?

 

So are the numbers the relative areas?

 

It is interesting that you can upload even though you are not a member.  That is new.

I will include this post in my 

"End of Day Wrap" tonight.  I find it interesting and I think other people will too.

Thanks you.

Melody  May 6, 2014
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I will later. At the moment I am a slight bit busy with homework, and now I have to go to a part of school less fun than math (research papers >_>)

 

-PR2GoldenLeaf

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Great!

Research papers DO sound a LOT less interesting than maths!  

Melody  May 6, 2014

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