# Tagged Questions

Questions on the Fibonacci numbers, a special sequence of integers that satisfy the recurrence $F_n=F_{n-1}+F_{n-2}$ with the initial conditions $F_0=0$ and $F_1=1$.

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### Sum $\frac{1}{1\times2}+\frac{1}{1\times3}+\frac{1}{2\times5}+\frac{1}{3\times8}+\cdots$

If $f_n$ is the Fibonacci series, with $1,1,2,3,5,8,\ldots$ prove that $$\sum_{i=2}^\infty\frac{1}{f_{i-1}\cdot f_{i+1}} = 1$$ So my idea was to try to convert this series into a telescoping sum ...
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### Formula for binary sequences of length m with no n consecutive 1s?

Formula for binary sequences of length $m$ with no $n$ consecutive $1$s? I know The number of binary strings of length $m$ without consecutive $1$s is the Fibonacci number $F_{m+2}$. But how about ...
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### Is this number rational or irrational?

Start writing down the Fibonacci numbers, using two digits for each one 01 01 02 03 05 08 13 21 34 55 ... Eventually you will reach three digit numbers. When ...
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### Converting Fibonacci number $F_{5n+3}$ to Lucas numbers $L_{n+k}$

I'm trying to prove that$F_{5n+3}\text{mod}10 = L_{n}\text{mod}10$. I rearranged it into a more solvable form of $F_{5n+3}-L_n = 10k$ (because if two numbers end in the same digit, their difference ...
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### Lucas Number Equivalent of the Pisano Period?

I'm doing some work with the Pisano Period, and it's leading to also talk about the Lucas numbers $mod \ m$, and their period. Is there a specific notation already designated? Sticking with using a ...
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### New Fibonacci sequence

I have new Fibonacci number That I want to know is there any special direct formula to count f(n). like the normal Fibonacci: F(0) = 7, F(1) = 11, F(n) = F(n-1) + F(n-2) (n>=2) For example I want to ...
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### All pairs sum to a different value

If we consider the integers $\{1,\dots,n\}$, what is the size of the largest subset $A$ so that all distinct pairs $x, y \in A$ sum to a different value? For this to make sense $(x,y)$ and $(y,x)$ ...
It's well known that the Fibonacci sequence $\pmod m$ (where $m \in \mathbb N$) is periodic. I have figured out a proof for this, but upon googling, I found proofs online that were far more ...
Suppose that I randomly choose an integer $x$ with $1 \leq x \leq n$ where $n$ is a natural number. What is the probability that $x$ will be a Fibonacci number?