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 Math text books and math note books on your desks, please.  Sharpened pencils  Calculators if you have one  Brain starter: Add up all the numbers.

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2  Math text books and math note books on your desks, please.  Sharpened pencils  Calculators if you have one  Brain starter: Add up all the numbers from 1 to 10 in you head.

3 Fibonacci Numbers  A little history  A little sequence  A little biology  A little poetry, architecture & art  How to eat Fibonacci Numbers

4  You will understand what the Fibonacci Numbers are and how to generate them.  You will know who Fibonacci was.  You will eat some Fibonacci Numbers

5  Leonardo Pisano  Leonardo of Pisa  Filius Bonacci (Son of Bonaccio)  1170 to 1250 “Son” in French is “fils” In Italian it is “figlio” (the “g” is silent) In Latin it is “filius”

6 Started construction the year of Fibonacci’s birth (1170) Finished about 1514 About 56 m high (184 feet)

7 What did Fibonacci give us?

8  In1202, published “Book of Calculation” (Fibonacci was Italian, but wrote his book in Latin)  Fibonacci gave us mathematical terms  Factor(1, 2, 5, 10)  Multiple(10, 20, 30, 40, 50, …)

9 XXIII + IV XXVII XXIII x IV XCII 23 x4 92 Roman Numerals Additive system Hindu / Arabic Positional system

10 1) 1 2) 1 3) 2 4) 3 5) 5 6) 8 7) 13 8) 21 9) 34 10) 55 11) 89 12) ) ) ) ) 987

11 Why are Fibonacci numbers interesting?

12 Fibonacci numbers are EVERYWHERE!

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19 1) 1 2) 1 3) 2 4) 3 5) 5 6) 8 7) 13 8) 21 9) 34 10) 55 11) 89 12) ) ) ) ) 987

20 Did I say that Fibonacci numbers are EVERYWHERE?

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26 Di dum di di dum di di dum, Di dum di di dum, Di dum di di dum di di dum.

27 SyllablesDi’s and Dum’s 85, , , 3 Total: 34Total: 21, 13

28 I think Fibonacci is fun: We start with a 1 and a 1 Then 2, 3, 5, 8 But don’t stop there, mate! The fun has just barely begun.

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