|May22-07, 12:14 PM||#1|
Rabbit family problem.
I have this interesting problem and have not settled it out.
There is a pair of rabbits which reproduce very fast. Every week the pair gives birth to a new rabbit pair. Baby rabbits will be able to reproduce whey they were 4 weeks old. So after 52 weeks, totally how many rabbit pairs are there if no rabbits die and the first pair of rabbits still reproduce.
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|May22-07, 11:49 PM||#3|
while we are on the topic of phi, what is so special about the golden angle: 180/phi?
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