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Make A Fib (Posted on 2010-07-09) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Prove whether or not any Fibonacci number, F(n), can be constructed by using
F(n) F(n-1)'s and the operators +,-,*,/
(Provided that F(n-1)>0 )
For example I can make a 5 using 5 3's: 3 + 3/3 + 3/3

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Hints/Tipsre: adding or multiplying for no changeAdy TZIDON2010-07-10 11:52:11
adding or multiplying for no changeDej Mar2010-07-10 10:42:21
Solutionnever odd or even - ... read backwardsAdy TZIDON2010-07-10 06:06:23
re: SolutionCharlie2010-07-10 03:26:55
re: SolutionCharlie2010-07-10 02:54:03
re(2): SolutionPraneeth2010-07-10 01:25:21
Hints/Tipsre: SolutionLarry2010-07-09 21:19:06
SolutionSolutionPraneeth2010-07-09 18:12:10
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