So after I failed math last semester I got kicked into general math. But I already knew the concepts (I got a 94 after paying attention for less than 15 minutes over the course of 4 weeks) so I did what any other board 14 year does... screw around. I knew that if you take the remainder after dividing the Fibonacci numbers you see a pattern. However I noticed a pattern in the length of the patterns, but only when it was divided by certain numbers. The numbers in question would be 2^n for example:
2^1=2 The sequence is 3 numbers: 0,1,1
2^2=4 The sequence is 6 numbers: 0,1,1,2,3,1
2^3=8 The sequence is 12 numbers: 0,1,1,2,3,5,0,5,5,2,7,1
The pattern I noticed is that the length of the sequence is equal to
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Yes that is it. Or to make it easier it is the sum of the last two numbers in the sequence.
I posted your query on another forum: http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Foru … 8&t=573625.
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Ive been given this link (PDF):
In Fibbonacci sequence the next term is found by adding the previous 2 terms. But if we add all the previous terms before it to get the next no. we will get
which is nothing but powers of 2.So,it is actually
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