Given that the square root of
b^2 + 4ac = c + a for any three consecutive Fibonacci numbers a,...
an algebraic proof is needed here.
You're difficult for this early Sunday morning 2:40 PM . I was very good in algebra thousand years ago! Though, I don't remember to work with Fibonacci numbers.... :-|
by pemekwulu 8 years ago
Prove that for any four consecutive Fibonacci numbers a, b, c, d, the square root of a^2 + 4bc...is always a perfect square whose square root is equal to d.
by pemekwulu 8 years ago
If a, b, and c are consecutive Fibonacci numbers and a^2 + 4bc = 64, find a in terms of b and c.Fibonacci numbers are numbers of the form: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, x, y, x+y.............
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
How do you do square root?Sometimes, the answer is obvious, such as 3 being the square root of 9. However, I was never able to understand how the square root operation is any different from regular division, given less obvious numbers. Such as, how would you figure the square root of,...
by tyrelle 7 years ago
math class what is the square root of 1246842646642824682
by shazwellyn 6 years ago
Indices and Surds : Please explain the concept simply and easily
by ngureco 6 years ago
How Do You Calculate Moving Average?A moving average is also the rolling average, rolling mean or running average. What difference is there between a simple moving average, cumulative moving average, and weighted moving average?
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