Fibonacci



/Italian fiboˈnattʃi/
noun
1.
Leonardo (leoˈnardo), also called Leonardo of Pisa. ?1170–?1250, Italian mathematician: popularized the decimal system in Europe
Fibonacci
(fē’bə-nä’chē)
Italian mathematician who popularized the modern Arabic system of numerals in the western world and discovered the Fibonacci sequence of integers.

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