Leonardo Bonacci (c. 1175 – c. 1250)—known as Fibonacci, and Leonardo of Pisa, Leonardo Pisano Bigollo, Leonardo Fibonacci—was an Itali...

Mathematics is the language of nature. Fibonacci

Mathematics is the language of nature.

Now everybody hop on the one, the sounds of the two It's the third eye vision, five-side dimension The eighth light, is gonna shine bright tonight. Fibonacci

Now everybody hop on the one, the sounds of the two It's the third eye vision, five-side dimension The eighth light, is gonna shine bright tonight.

If by chance I have omitted anything more or less proper or necessary, I beg forgiveness, since there is no one who is without fault and circumspect in all matters. Fibonacci

If by chance I have omitted anything more or less proper or necessary, I beg forgiveness, since there is no one who is without fault and circumspect in all matters.

I received an excellent education in the methods of the nine Indian numbers; the knowledge of these methods pleased me more than anything else. Fibonacci

I received an excellent education in the methods of the nine Indian numbers; the knowledge of these methods pleased me more than anything else.

A certain man had one pair of rabbits together in a certain enclosed place, and one wishes to know how many are created from the pair in one year when it is the nature of them in a single month to bear another pair. Fibonacci

A certain man had one pair of rabbits together in a certain enclosed place, and one wishes to know how many are created from the pair in one year when it is the nature of them in a single month to bear another pair.

Therefore strictly embracing the Indian method, and adding some of my own ideas, and more still from Euclid’s geometry, I assembled them in this book as understandably as I could. Fibonacci

Therefore strictly embracing the Indian method, and adding some of my own ideas, and more still from Euclid’s geometry, I assembled them in this book as understandably as I could.