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What problem did Leonardo Bonacci, nicknamed Fibonacci, quote as a demonstration in his 1202 book explaining............

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What problem did Leonardo Bonacci, nicknamed Fibonacci, quote as a demonstration in his 1202 book explaining the mathematical sequence also known as the Golden Ratio?

posted Sep 9, 2020 by Amarvansh

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Growth of rabbit populations
Fibonacci posed the question with ideal assumptions, and not as an agricultural issue. He was the first western mathematician to describe the sequence; it had been described by Indian mathematicians in the sixth century CE.

answer Sep 10, 2020 by Pankaj Deshmukh
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