@Book Chapter{Summon-FETCH-informaworld_taylorfrancisbooks_10_4324_9781315069555_21_version20,
title = {O Odd, Even and Fibonacci Numbers},
author = {Humble, Steve},
journal = {The Experimenter's A-Z of Mathematics},
publisher = {Routledge},
year = {2002},
isbn ={1853468177, 9781853468179},
abstract = {The nineteenth-century French mathematician Édouard Lucas (see Chapter H) investigated
the numbers in the Fibonacci sequence (Fibonacci numbers) in great detail. There are both
odd and even numbers in the sequence. To find the next number in the sequence merely
add the previous two. The mathematical formula for this sequence is Fn = Fnl + Fn 2. For
example,
and
Fibonacci numbers have intrigued mathematicians for centuries, mainly owing to the fact
that they occur in a multitude of interesting and strange places, one of the strangest being
biology. If you count seeds and petals in flowers such as sunflowers, daisies, pineapples
and pine cones, you will find that the resulting numbers are all Fibonacci numbers.
},
}