Ratio by Using Coefficients of Fibonacci Sequence

Garg, Megha; Garg, Pertik; Kumar, Ravinder
September 2013
International Journal of Mathematical Combinatorics;Sep2013, Vol. 3, p96
Academic Journal
In this paper, ratio by using coefficients of Fibonacci sequence has been discussed in detail. The Fibonacci series is made from Fn+2 = Fn + Fn+1. New sequences from the formula Fn+2 = aFn + bFn+1 by using a and b, where a and b are consecutive coefficients of Fibonacci sequence are formed. These all new sequences have their own ratios. When find the ratio of these ratios, it always becomes 1.6, which is known as golden ratio in Fibonacci series.


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