Fibonacci's Liber Abaci. Laurence Sigler
ISBN: 0387407375,9780387407371 | 637 pages | 16 Mb
Fibonacci's Liber Abaci Laurence Sigler
Available in the West until Leonardo of Lisa (whom later historians dubbed 'Fibonacci') learned it from North African traders and described it in his book Liber abaci (The Book of Calculating), which first appeared in 1202. In it he outlines a puzzle regarding how fast rabbits could reproduce in ideal circumstances. Fibonacci is perhaps best known for a simple series of numbers, introduced in Liber abaci and later named the Fibonacci numbers in his honour. A piece of history worth noting: Leonardo of Pisa (Fibonacci), first wrote about this sequence in his 1202 book, Liber Abaci. Fibonacci spotkał tam arabskich matematyków, dzięki którym poznał indyjski sposób zapisu liczb, a następnie stworzył swoje ponadczasowe dzieło. The series begins with 0 and 1. Fibonacci writes in his famous book Liber abaci. The sequence was named after an Italian mathematician known as Leonardo of Pisa (or Leonardo de Fibonacci). In 1202, he wrote a book called Liber Abaci in which he gives name to the number sequence. The Fibonacci sequence is named after Leonardo of Pisa, who was known as Fibonacci.
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