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  1. #1 Fibonacci Sequence 
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    I have been adding nimbers to find a really high fibonacci #.

    1;1;2;3;5;8;13;21;34;55;89;144;233;377;610;988;1,5 98;2,580;4,178;6,758;10,936;
    17,694;28,630;46,324;74,954;121,278;196,232;317,51 0;513,742;831,252;1,344,994; 2,176,246;3,521,240;5,697,486;9,218,726;14,916,212 ;24,134,938;39,051,150;
    63,186,088;102,237,238;65,423,326;267,660,564;433, 083,890;700,744,454;
    1,133,827,480;2,834,571,934;3,968,399,414;5,771,37 0,762;9,574,342,110;
    15,345,712,872;24,920,054,982;24,920,054,982;40,26 5,767,854;65,185,822,836;
    105,451,590,690;170,637,413,526;276,089,004,216;44 6,726,417,742;722,815,421,958;
    1,169,541,839,693;1,892,357,261;2,961,,899,101,337 ;4,854,256,362,981;
    7,816,155,464,318;12,670,411,827,299;33,156,979,11 8,926;54,643,536,410,543;
    87,800,515,529,469;142,444,651,051,940,012;230,244 ,567,469,481;
    372,688,619,409,493;603,333,186,878,974;976,021,80 6,288,367;
    1,579,354,943,167,341;2,555,376,749,455,708;4,134, 731,692,623,049;
    6,690,108,442,078,757;10,824,134,731,692,623,049;1 7,514,948,576,780,563;
    28,339,788,711,482,369;45,854,737,288,262,932;74,1 94,525,999,745,301;
    120,049,263,288,008,233;194,243,789,287,753,534;31 4,293,052,575,761,767;508,536,841,863,515,301;822, 829,894,439,277,068;1,331,366,736,302,792,369;
    2,154,196,630,742,069,437;3,485,563,367,049,861,80 6;5,639,759,997,786,932,240;
    9,125,323,364,831,794,046;14,765,075,302,618,726,2 86;23,890,398,667,450,520,332;
    38,655,473,970,069,296,618;62,555,872,637,519,816, 950;101,221,346,607,589,113,568;
    163,777,219,245,108,930,518;

    my highest number so far is 163 septillion,777 quadrillion, 219 trillion, 245 billion, 108 million, 930 thousand, 518. It would be nice if anyone might be able to look for errors, or help me continue. I think it would be benificial if this forum made a world record, would probably increase the population by a great margin


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    Haha, what's the point? I can get a much higher number with in a few seconds by just writing up some code to do it for me...


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    Long time a go, I made a program to count Fibonaccio:


    #include <stdio.h>

    /* fibonaccios numbers */

    int main (void)
    {

    int luku1=0,luku2=1,apu;
    int laskuri,i;

    printf("Tulostaa luvut: ");
    scanf("%d",&i); // asettaa "i":lle arvon

    for(laskuri=0;laskuri<i;laskuri++) // tulostaa annetun määrän "i"
    {
    printf("%d+%d=%d\n",luku1,luku2,luku1+luku2);
    apu = luku1; // siirtää Luku1 arvon muistiin

    luku1 = luku1+luku2; // Luku1 uusi arvo on lukujen summa
    luku2 = apu; // Luku2 saa uudeksi arvokseen muistitetun luku1

    }
    getchar(); getchar();
    }
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    are you using binets formula or are you taking the long way?
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    The longgggg way.... just for fun (if you are talking to me)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertFoxx
    The longgggg way.... just for fun (if you are talking to me)
    having fun sooo far?
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    divide the current number in the series by the previous one. This fraction tends to the golden ration. Figured that one out on accident in BC calculus!
    I demand that my name may or may not be vroomfondel!
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