There happens to be a politician that might lie at any moment (this isn't unusual) but his conscience bothers him enough (now, that
is unusual!) so he won't say two lies in a row.
He said ten consecutive statements.
How many combinations of truths/lies can there be?
(In reply to Re: Fibonacci
"(known to history by his nickname, Fibonacci )" which means "Bonacci's son" and seems to me to be less of a nickname than just an identifier. See
for an excellent rundown on the guy.
Posted by Richard
on 2004-02-28 12:49:42