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    in the real world. This leads to the question if mathematical theories only have validity if applied to real life situations? This idea can be applied to the Fibonacci sequence. The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers where the next number is found by adding up the two numbers before it. The Fibonacci sequence is the series of numbers: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, ... The Fibonacci numbers are prime examples of “how mathematics is connected to seemingly unrelated things.” Overtime, sense perception was used to observe that The Fibonacci numbers often appear in nature, such as in the branching in trees and flowering of an artichoke. The idea that the Fibonacci sequence is not just theorized or can only be proven on paper adds importance to its significance in the world. It was an extremely important mathematic discovery because it showed that there was a connection between the real world and mathematics in a way that had never been previously observed. In the case of the Fibonacci sequence, it’s application into the real world adds validity to it as knowledge within the field of mathematics. It also has value in that natural examples of the Fibonacci sequence are continually being discovered. These new discoverers are added to a journal entitled the Fibonacci Quarterly. Due to the idea that the Fibonacci numbers are not a mathematical property that remains stagnant, but continues to grow and evolve again adds to the idea that continual application into the real…

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    Weighing in on all the empirical, observable evidence in nature such as the Fibonacci sequence and the elevated level of complexity observed in the environment it is hard to dispute that a creator did not partake in…

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    Honor means in the dictionary high respect; esteem. My definition of honor is a role model of some kind that you have high respect for. Leonardo Pisano, better known as Fibonacci, was born in 1170 in Pisa which is a city of Italy. He was the son of Guilielmo and Alessandra. One of his accomplishments was the Fibonacci Sequence. The Fibonacci Sequence is a series of numbers where the last two numbers equal the next number. Like 1,1,2,3,5,8,13 and so on. You can calculate it by this formula, F(n)…

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    There is no obligation saying you must bet on draws, in theory, one could bet on any of the three outcomes as long as the odds being offered are above the 2.618 threshold. In the 2014/2015 English premier league the rate of a draw was 24.5 percent, almost 1 every 4 matches. Strictly going by this figure the Fibonacci Betting System will pay out approximately every 4 games. That is not to say that it will not go much past 4 matches. The main drawback for this progressive betting system is if one…

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    sub (x-1) Explanation: 2. In 1965, Gordon Moore, the cofounder of Intel, predicted that the number of transistors that could be designed into an integrated circuit would double every two years . This result is known as Moore’s Law. a. Complete the following table, showing the number of transisters per circuit for the indicated years. (1 point) Year Number of Transistors 1972 2500 1974 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 b. Express this sequence…

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    Mathematic, the mathematician thinks Music,-Music the dream, Mathematics the working life, -each to receive its consummation from the other” (Fauvel). And famed composer Claude Debussy echoed “Music is the arithmeic of sounds as optics the geometry of light” (Fauvel). Both men, respected in their fields, had equal feelings about the relationship between mathematics and music. They not only live together, but feed each other, and complement each other. How many have not studied these…

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    Does land have a memory of its own? The film Children of Nature suggests that memory is strongly connected to the land on which the memory was created. Therefore, a walk on the beach combined with the sounds of waves crashing on the shore, and the feeling of wind blowing through your hair may illicit similar or random experiences that occurred years before. In this sense, experiences bleed into the land, whereby creating a pool of memories connected to a seemingly arbitrary symbol of its…

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    Graphic Designer Research Paper Born in New York City on May 8, 1920, Saul Bass was a popular graphic designer with a career that spanned over 40 years. Bass started out as a graphic designer in 1938 with a job at Warner Brothers. After six years, Bass left to study at the Art Students League in New York. He attended Brooklyn College and made his money working as a freelance designer. After finishing school Bass took his talents to Los Angeles to start his own design studio called Saul Bass and…

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    Phi Research Paper

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    relations and properties of geometrical figures, symbols and numbers. One of those numbers is Phi, an irrational number also known as the golden ratio, with an approximate value of Φ= 1.618033988749895… Phi has many applications in several fields of study, including natural science. Through this work we will explore different cases in which a relation between the number phi and God can be witnessed, hoping to call the attention of the reader towards pivotal facts that can help see God’s hands at…

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    Known by his nick name Fibonacci, Leonardo of Pisa, was born in Italy during the 13th Century. The name Fibonacci came about due to someone misreading “filius Bonacci” on a manuscript which was son of Bonaccio. His passion for numbers were developed while he was a child and was probably due to his father’s career as a Pisan merchant (Hom, 2013). His travels were extensive to his father’s trade and during his life time mathematics was extremely important (Hom, 203). Fibonacci introduced the…

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