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Q: What is the first positive non Fibonacci number?

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0 (zero). It is defined to be positive, and is not in the set of Fibonacci numbers.

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The Fibanacci sequence is defined in terms of its first two numbers which are arbitrary. If I choose the first two numbers to be 1 and 1, then the first non-Fibanacci number is 4. But I could chose the first two numbers to be 2 and 2. In which case 1 would be the smallest non-Fibonacci number.

4 Fibanocci numbers are each the sum of the 2 previous numbers, i.e. 1,1,2,3,5,8 Thus 4 is the first one missing By modern definition, the above response is incorrect - 0 (zero) is both positive (it is defined as such) and not in the Fibonacci set. This answer is given based on a slight assumption, there cannot be a "first number" on a number line. The lowest number that is positive and not within the set of Fibonacci numbers (as inferred as the true meaning of your question) is zero.

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A non-integer can be positive or negative. It is not a whole number, and that is all.

A positive number is any number larger than zero. There are infinitely many such numbers. Any non-negative and non-zero number is positive.

When the number is non-negative- that is, if it is zero or positive.

No since zero is a non negative number but it isn't positive as well

Non-negative includes zero, positive does not.

Any number that is a whole number and is positive is a non negative integer.

In c: int fibr(int n) { // Find nth Fibonacci number using recursion. if (n<=2) return 1; // the first two Fibonacci numbers are 1 and 1 return (fibr(n-2)+fibr(n-1)); } int fibi(int n) { // Find nth Fibonacci number using iteration. int temp,last=1,f=1; int i; for (i=3;i<n;++i) { // the first two Fibonacci numbers are 1 and 1 temp=f; f+=last; last=temp; } return f; }

a positive number because a negative plus a negative is a positive so it will give you a positive number

Any positive or negative (non zero) number in a direction.

A non-zero integer.

i didnt get this answer.sorry

When the number is non-positive.

The absolute value of a number is the positive (or non-negative) value of the number. The absolute value of 0 or a positive number is the number itself. The absolute value of a negative number is its positive equivalent.

Multiplying anything non-zero by a negative number changes the sign. A positive number multiplied by a negative number becomes negative. A negative number multiplied by a negative number becomes positive.

first you put a decimal behind the first whole or non zero number then how ever many spacesyou moved is the positive or negative power of 10

144 is the only non-trivial square.

A non-zero number.

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No. The absolute value is non-negative but, to be pedantic, that does not mean positive. The absolute value of 0 is 0 which is NOT positive.

its a positive non integer