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Surprised? (Posted on 2012-12-15) Difficulty: 3 of 5
How many binary sequences of length n exist , with no successive zeroes within the sequence?
Please provide the formula, its proof and the values for n=5, n=10 and n=50.

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re: No Subject -- oh yes, f(50) Comment 2 of 2 |
(In reply to No Subject by Charlie)

While f(5) and f(10) were in the table, f(50) was neglected: it's F(51) = 32,951,275,520.
  Posted by Charlie on 2012-12-15 18:16:30

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