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Q: What is the name of the sequence this type of sequence work by adding the latest two numbers to get the next one?

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That'd be the Fibonnaci sequence (this time without the wikipedia URL :P)

Fibonacci is most famous for his description of the number sequence, which in the 19th century was given the name 'Fibonacci numbers' . The sequence is made by starting with two ones, and adding them up, then to make every new term, the previous two terms need to be added together.

If you mean: 1 4 9 16 and 25 then they are square numbers

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Fibonacci numbers have always been around. Many scholars believe the concept was first noticed by mathematicians of India. Leonardo of Pisa (known as Fibonacci) first introduced the sequence to Western European mathematics in a 1202 book entitled LiberAbici, thus the sequence bears his name.

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You can't have the exact same name as Moshi Monsters would not be able to tell which one was which. However, you could try a variation of the name by adding numbers or letters.