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Climbing the stairs (Posted on 2002-09-05) Difficulty: 3 of 5
A stairway has 100 steps. You can climb it by one step at a time, or by two steps. How many different ways to ascend this stairway exist?

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  Subject Author Date
re(2): 2 answersJohn zadeh2009-11-11 12:38:42
AnswerK Sengupta2008-07-25 12:25:49
re: 2 answersJohn zadeh2007-06-21 23:14:28
2 answersJohn zadeh2007-06-21 22:51:29
SolutionSolutionStephen Ticsay2005-10-15 03:27:40
First timematthew2003-09-27 19:16:00
re(3): who's Fibonacci? Simple answerCharlie2003-09-01 10:56:56
re(2): who's Fibonacci? Simple answerDacre2003-09-01 06:33:49
re: A new approach with no proofLawrence2003-08-27 14:28:31
SolutionLawrence2003-08-27 14:24:48
OOPS: THIS IS THE ANSWERHarish2003-01-31 23:47:33
WANNA CHECK THIS ONEHarish2003-01-31 23:46:01
SolutionHm...suna2002-11-12 09:55:33
re(6): A new approach with no prooflucky2002-09-07 00:34:33
re(5): A new approach with no prooflucky2002-09-07 00:32:43
By the way....Dulanjana2002-09-06 16:12:20
re(4): A new approach with no prooflucky2002-09-06 09:25:52
re(3): A new approach with no proofTomM2002-09-06 06:28:58
re(3): A new approach with no prooflevik2002-09-06 04:42:22
re(2): A new approach with no prooffriedlinguini2002-09-05 21:56:09
re: A new approach with no prooflevik2002-09-05 20:44:08
Hints/TipsA new approach with no proofTomM2002-09-05 19:37:34
Some ThoughtsLimitTomM2002-09-05 19:19:41
Some ThoughtsA ToughieTomM2002-09-05 19:02:27
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