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The Fibonacci sequence, was first known by the ancient people of India. When Fibonacci travelled there in the 1200's he learnt it from them and then passed on his learning to the rest of Europe through his book, Liber Abaci.

Fibonacci lived about 400 years before Pascal did.

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

This is a Fibonacci sequence. Each number in the sequence is the sum of the previous two numbers:3+5=85+8=138+13=2113+21=34

Obvious occurrences are in the number of "observable" spirals in the seeds of a sunflower, or on the outside of a pineapple, and in the number of leaves and petals on plants, for example clovers usually come with 3 leaves, daisies usually come with 55 petals. (3 & 55 are both Fibonacci numbers.) As the Fibonacci numbers increase, the ratio between them gets closer and closer to the "Golden Ratio" φ which is approx 1.618034 (exactly it is (1 + √5)/2). Each petal or leaf of a plant grows from primordia and if the reflex angle between successive primordia is measured it is approx 222.5°; the ratio of this to a full turn is 360/222.5 ≈ 1.618 - the Golden Ratio. In using this spacing it provides the densest packing (for example with the seeds in a sunflower) making it stronger than radial spokes; it also means that each successive primordium gets placed in the largest space available.

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Yeah. Definitely wasn't Euler.

The Fibonacci sequence, was first known by the ancient people of India. When Fibonacci travelled there in the 1200's he learnt it from them and then passed on his learning to the rest of Europe through his book, Liber Abaci.

Fibonacci lived about 400 years before Pascal did.

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

grapes come from newzealand x

This is a Fibonacci sequence. Each number in the sequence is the sum of the previous two numbers:3+5=85+8=138+13=2113+21=34

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Grapes come from the roots. Over the years Scientists found out that grapes don't come from seeds. They come from roots. They don't come from flowers either. It was discovered that grapes don't sprout from flowers. Grapes have nothing to do with Flowers. Grapes are like radishes and carrots.

Grapes come from many parts of the world, including parts of Africa.

A bundle of grapes. Grapes come in a BUNCH. They grow on a VINE in CLUSTERS.

grapes.

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