My main interest is usually physics, however I have become interested in the Fibonacci sequence. I looked at the sequence in detail and found a few interesting patterns. The main pattern was a relationship of the way that the digits of numbers compounded, the exact pattern was: 7,5,5,4,5,5... (that repeated). An easier way to explain it is that there are 7 single digit numbers, 5 double digit numbers, five triple digit numbers, 4 quadruple digit numbers etc. I was wondering if this was a mere coincidence (which is rare with Fibonacci numbers)or if it was relevant, and hopefully not pre-discovered (I thought I discovered Pascal's Triangle until i learned Blaise had beaten me by a couple hundred years...).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Fibonacci sequence- advanced realations

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