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fibinnochi might have been here, 2
Posted 15 July 2014 - 08:34 PM
given the sequence An = An-1 +An-2
and two numbers in the sequence, along with their place in it; is it always possible to find any An?
if so, what would be the method?
for example, if you knew A15 = 1001 and A7 to be 31, could you solve for A16?
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