
Re: prime numbers and African artifactAriel Scolnicov (ariels@pita.cs.huji.ac.il)19 Jul 1995 18:10:18 GMT
In article <mikem1707951101100001@ou226008.otago.ac.nz> mikem@atlas.otago.ac.nz (Michael J Mayo) writes:
Newsgroups: sci.math,alt.folklore.computers,sci.anthropology,sci.anthropology.paleo
[... much discussion removed...]
1,4,9,16,36... are the sequence of SQUARES OF NATURAL NUMBERS
1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34... is the FIBONNACCI SEQUENCE
2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23,27... is the sequence of PRIMES!
Didn't you guys learn that at school?
Mike.
I don't get it. How can 13 be both PRIME and FIBONNACCI?! Is this what
On a related note  is 1 the only number which is TWICE a FIBONNACCI
At least I managed to understand one thing  27 is definitely a prime
