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fo 0, fi
The Fibonacci numbers are defined as follows:
fn fn-1 fn-2. Prove that for every positive integer n,
1, and for n
2,
1
(f3n+2
- 1)
f3f6
f3n
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fo 0, fi The Fibonacci numbers are defined as follows: fn fn-1 fn-2. Prove that for every positive integer n, 1, and for n 2, 1 (f3n+2 - 1) f3f6 f3n

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Given tha...

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fo 0, f 1 for nz2 f=fri + fr-2

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