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start with 0,1 add together =1

add to sequence, gives 0,1,1

add last two numbers =2

add to sequence, gives 0,1,1,2

add last two numbers =3

add to sequence, gives 0,1,1,2,3

add last two numbers = 5

add to sequence, gives 0,1,1,2,3,5

repeat forever, list is endless

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No, they are not the normal Fibonacci numbers.

The first 85 Fibonacci numbers are:011235813213455891442333776109871,5972,5844,1816,76510,94617,71128,65746,36875,025121,393196,418317,811514,229832,0401,346,2692,178,3093,524,5785,702,8879,227,46514,930,35224,157,81739,088,16963,245,986102,334,155165,580,141267,914,296433,494,437701,408,7331,134,903,1701,836,311,9032,971,215,0734,807,526,9767,778,742,04912,586,269,02520,365,011,07432,951,280,09953,316,291,17386,267,571,272139,583,862,445225,851,433,717365,435,296,162591,286,729,879956,722,026,0411,548,008,755,9202,504,730,781,9614,052,739,537,8816,557,470,319,84210,610,209,857,72317,167,680,177,56527,777,890,035,28844,945,570,212,85372,723,460,248,141117,669,030,460,994190,392,490,709,135308,061,521,170,129498,454,011,879,264806,515,533,049,3931,304,969,544,928,6572,111,485,077,978,0503,416,454,622,906,7075,527,939,700,884,7578,944,394,323,791,46414,472,334,024,676,22123,416,728,348,467,68537,889,062,373,143,90661,305,790,721,611,59199,194,853,094,755,497160,500,643,816,367,088

37 is not in the Fibonacci number series, but is the sum of two Fibonacci numbers, 34 and 3. Fibonacci numbers are with 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, etc.

Fibonacci numbers are important in art and music. The ratio between successive Fibonacci numbers approximates an important constant called "the golden mean" or sometimes phi, which is approximately 1.61803.

There is no upper bound to the sum of the numbers in the Fibonacci sequence; both the last number in the series and consequently the sum of all these numbers can be made as large as desired by continuing the series to sufficiently many numbers.

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Leonardo Fibonacci

Because the sequence was discovered and studied by Fibonacci of Pisa

No, they are not the normal Fibonacci numbers.

the fibonacci pattern of numbers came round about in the 1980's

the first seven Fibonacci numbers are 1,1,2,3,5,8,13. 13 is a Fibonacci number.

The first 85 Fibonacci numbers are:011235813213455891442333776109871,5972,5844,1816,76510,94617,71128,65746,36875,025121,393196,418317,811514,229832,0401,346,2692,178,3093,524,5785,702,8879,227,46514,930,35224,157,81739,088,16963,245,986102,334,155165,580,141267,914,296433,494,437701,408,7331,134,903,1701,836,311,9032,971,215,0734,807,526,9767,778,742,04912,586,269,02520,365,011,07432,951,280,09953,316,291,17386,267,571,272139,583,862,445225,851,433,717365,435,296,162591,286,729,879956,722,026,0411,548,008,755,9202,504,730,781,9614,052,739,537,8816,557,470,319,84210,610,209,857,72317,167,680,177,56527,777,890,035,28844,945,570,212,85372,723,460,248,141117,669,030,460,994190,392,490,709,135308,061,521,170,129498,454,011,879,264806,515,533,049,3931,304,969,544,928,6572,111,485,077,978,0503,416,454,622,906,7075,527,939,700,884,7578,944,394,323,791,46414,472,334,024,676,22123,416,728,348,467,68537,889,062,373,143,90661,305,790,721,611,59199,194,853,094,755,497160,500,643,816,367,088

37 is not in the Fibonacci number series, but is the sum of two Fibonacci numbers, 34 and 3. Fibonacci numbers are with 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, etc.

Fibonacci numbers are important in art and music. The ratio between successive Fibonacci numbers approximates an important constant called "the golden mean" or sometimes phi, which is approximately 1.61803.

The negative Fibonacci numbers (also known as the Negafibonacci numbers) consist of the Fibonacci numbers in an alternating negative and positive pattern.The start of the Negafibonacci sequence runs thus:1, -1, 2, -3, 5, -8, 13, -21...And continues in a pattern identical to the Fibonacci numbers but with alternating negative and positive numbers.

Infinite.

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144