# Παρθ Κοχλι

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 Nov24 comment Induction Proof: Formula for Sum of n Fibonacci Numbers $F_{n + k + 2} = F_{n + k + 1 } + F_{n + k}$ holds true always in the Fibonacci Sequence, as long as $n$ and $k$ are whole numbers. You could even remove the $k$ and get the correct definition. The $k$ was pushed in for better understanding. You could put infinite $k$'s in there—i.e., $k_1 , k_2\ldots$. Nov24 comment Solving for unknown That's why I have left that site as well. ;) Nov24 comment Solving for unknown Why don't you come to OpenStudy any more? Nov23 revised How do we compute $50a^2\pmod{30000}$? LaTeX editing -- better. Nov23 suggested suggested edit on How do we compute $50a^2\pmod{30000}$? Nov23 comment Solving for unknown Nice work John. You shouldn't, ever, feel inferior to others. Math.SE is not for Research Mathematics—it's for everybody. You can also find people as dumb as me. :) Nov23 answered Solving for unknown Nov20 comment Why decimal expansion of $e$ has two copies of $1828$ @RossMillikan: I beg to differ. This answer of yours is about the whys. Nov18 answered What are the practical applications of the Taylor Series? Nov18 awarded Quorum Nov18 comment How to round 0.4999… ? Is it 0 or 1? @MJD: In 0.500...1, the zeroes never end, so the $1$ never comes ;) Nov18 answered How to understand why $x^0 = 1$, where $x$ is any real number? Nov18 answered How to round 0.4999… ? Is it 0 or 1? Nov18 revised Why does $16^{1/3} = 2^{4/3}$ Part 2. Nov18 revised Can anyone explain why $a^{b^c} = a^{(b^c)} \neq (a^b)^c = a^{(bc)}$ added 34 characters in body Nov18 answered Why does $16^{1/3} = 2^{4/3}$ Nov18 comment Can anyone explain why $a^{b^c} = a^{(b^c)} \neq (a^b)^c = a^{(bc)}$ @amWhy: Heh... more improvement now. Nov18 revised Can anyone explain why $a^{b^c} = a^{(b^c)} \neq (a^b)^c = a^{(bc)}$ A lot of improvement. Nov18 answered Can anyone explain why $a^{b^c} = a^{(b^c)} \neq (a^b)^c = a^{(bc)}$ Nov17 comment Concept question. Yes. That's right!