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I made an alternative to the Fibonacci Series which helps fix a mathematical flaw I discovered. I would like to publish this to a Math Journal. Where do I start?

What Journal, and how to publish?

Note, I did not post my topic for dispute, just so you would know the category. Please just help me. Thanks.

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I do not think that this question is appropriate on this forum - not according the the guidelines in the FAQs. So -1 –  Sam Jan 13 '12 at 0:26
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What's the flaw? –  Emre Jan 13 '12 at 0:31
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Care to share what you have discovered? –  Samuel Reid Jan 13 '12 at 0:44
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Your sequence may have been discovered before. Check out The Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (oeis.org) first. –  Joel Reyes Noche Jan 13 '12 at 0:53
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A sequence is not typically a sufficient thing to publish in a journal. Go look at some journal articles to see what I mean. They typically consist of mathematical proofs. So do you have a new theorem to share, or something deep to prove about your new sequence? Otherwise journal publication is probably not the right course for you. –  Grumpy Parsnip Jan 13 '12 at 1:08

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There is the The Fibonacci Quarterly and the Journal of Integer Sequences but make sure you have something worth publishing...

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