On December 6, 2006 I had a dream. It goes like this: I was playing a game wit

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  1. pemekwulu profile image60
    pemekwuluposted 8 years ago

    On December 6, 2006 I had a dream.  It goes like this:  I was playing a game with first few...

    terms of the Fibonacci sequence while an unidentified person looked on.  This unidentified person asked me whether 1000 was a Fibonacci number.  My answer was no.  Why?  Because there are no two consecutive Fibonacci numbers, u sub n  and u sub n-1 such that u sub n + u sub n-1 = 1000,where n is greater or equal to 1.

    Please add more insights into this dream.  I will appreciate your contribution.

  2. msorensson profile image71
    msorenssonposted 8 years ago

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid= … 1554164672
    This is the answer I got after reading your question.

  3. pitzele profile image68
    pitzeleposted 8 years ago

    True, 1,000 is not included in the Fibonacci series.  However, the meaning of your dream has more to do with issues and sub-conscious thoughts than numbers.  It would appear that you were trying to logically understand something and "reason out" something in your life at the time.  The appearance of an unidentified person asking a clear but pointed question about an activity of yours would make me think that it directly related to an occurrence which you wanted to understand.  Of course, the interpretation is open to a sub-conscious message which you needed to hear, also.

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    Butch Newsposted 8 years ago

    You are trying to determine why this kind of sequence is important or what the meaning of it is.  You find it difficult to accept that is has no relationship to decimalization.

  5. mahadevank profile image67
    mahadevankposted 8 years ago

    Wow, been a while since you put me into thought like this, but I should say, that your dream came from a ghost called Edouard Lucas, but I wish Binet had sent you the dream, it would've been much less complicated to show that 1000 is not a fibonacci series number!

    I'm still looking for the derivation of Binet's Formula though!


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