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Q: What two contributions did Fibonacci make in the math world?

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He discovered the Fibonacci Sequence (although long after an Indian named Pingala did), and he brought the current Arabic number system into popularity through his publication of "Liber Abbaci".

He was a Mathematician, who discovered the Fibonacci sequence, Fibonacci polynomials, Fibonacci Pseudoprime, Reciprocal Fibonacci Constant, and many more things. His dad wanted him to be a wealthy merchant. He was amazingly good in math.

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Einstein does gave a great contribution to math and i believe that this contributions made people change their look in the world, .

Most of their contributions were in medieval age, they were the master of chemistry (known as alchamy backthen),biology, surgery, math, algorithms, algebra etc.

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When he was in India with his father

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because if we did not have him we would never no how to do math

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He created the Venn diagram and wrote books about what he did.

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Fibonacci brought Arabic Numerals to the western world.His "sequence" is pretty cool, too. . .. ... ..... ....... ............. .................... ................................. ..................................................... ......................................................................................

Muslim contributed many things in math and science, like numbers that we are using and others.

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Benjamin Banneker had no contributions to math

Fibonacci was a mathematician who travelled and studied under other mathematicians. He received a salary from the Republic of Pisa for his work in math and science.

A math tool he created called the Fibonnacci Sequence.