Leonardo Fibonacci discovered the Fibonacci sequence In the 12th century.
Fibonacci found it interesting because he loved maths
Yes, 21 is a number in the Fibonacci sequence. Numbers are usually found by adding up 2 numbers.
yes it is
Leonardo Fibonacci discovered the number sequence which is named after him.
Leonardo Fibonacci did not create the Fibonacci Sequence -- he discovered it during his studies as a mathematician.
There is the Fibonacci sequence but what is the Fibonacci code?
The 9th number in the Fibonacci Sequence is 34, and the 10th number in the Fibonacci sequence is 89.
Leonardo Fibonacci was the father and creator of the fibonacci sequence a very famous mathematic sequence
The Fibonacci Sequence itself was not CREATED by Leonardo of Pisa (more commonly known as Leonardo Fibonacci or simply Fibonacci). He is credited to the introduction of the sequence to the western world, (Hence the name "The Fibonacci Sequence"); however origins of the Fibonacci can be traced back to 200BC. *TJB*
the Fibonacci sequence is found in... Nature Art Leaf formations pine cones pineapples flowers paintings veggies and fruit building design and that is just a few examples
The 20th Fibonacci number in the sequence is 6,765.
The 16th number of the Fibonacci sequence is 987.
The Fibonacci sequence requires two numbers as "seeds".
he didn't actually find it interesting, in fact he fell asleep straight after he found it .
The Fibonacci sequence requires two initial numbers to be specified.
No, the Fibonacci sequence never ends. It just keeps on going!
The 9th term of the Fibonacci Sequence is 34Fibonacci Sequence up to the 15th term:1123581321345589144233377610
Start with 1 and 2. Then each number in the Fibonacci sequence is the sum of the previous two numbers in the sequence.
Yes, the most common one is the sunflower.