Each of the three rows below will be, after filling in the correct numbers, similar to a Fibonacci or Lucas sequence in that each of the last three numbers will be the sum of the two preceding numbers.

First fill in the numbers to make this the case. Then replace each of the five numbers in the shaded (blue) cells with the corresponding letter of the alphabet (1 = A, 2 = B, etc.). Then rearrange those five letters into a common English word.

From Mensa Puzzle Calendar 2018 by Fraser Simpson, Workman Publishing, New York. Puzzle for March 14.

Although some of the things in this problem aren't true in real life just assume they are in the question.

When growing peanuts the following happens:

for every 2 single chambered peanuts there will be one double chambered peanut
for every 2 double chambered peanuts there will be one triple chambered peanut
for every 2 triple chambered peanuts there will be one quadruple chambered peanut.
When a company packages 1000 peanuts in one bag they take peanuts randomly from a giant bin that contins all the peanuts grown. What are the odds that there will be 1000 individual nuts?