I love the Fibonacci sequence, but I can't make any sense out of your question
First of all the consecutive terms of the sequence would be
2, 3, 5, 8, 13, ....
According to you , "a" is 2 "and" 8 . Are we adding them? , ok, so a = 10
b = 2(3)(5) = 30
c = 9 + 25 = 34
is 10^2 + 30^2 = 34^2
no, it is not
How did you get the numbers 6 and 14????
I think it is the fibonacci numbers and the wording of the word problem. I thought I had to add 4 and 2 together to get the 6 and then square it. I am just confused. Thanks
You did not read my reply carefully.
We form a new Fibonacci number by adding the two previous numbers, so 4 does not fit the pattern,
The 4 should have been a 5.
Please type the question exactly the way it appeared.
Thank you Jennifer! I just figured out where I went wrong in wording the problem.
Thank you for helping to guide me in the right direction.
One more problem to go by Friday...I just may be calling on you!
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