Fibonacci sounds like an Italian salad. Didn't have time tonight to investigate the meaning - will try to later. I found your college posts very useful. Sorry for the "school of hard knocks" you had to go through. Hope things go better for your daughter as the weeks progress.Perhaps the puffball would taste good in the Fibonacci.Enjoy your week - Kate
I love, love, LOVE this! :-)
That was brilliant! And way too true, especially the mysteriously multiplying pile of library books that only grows, despite the returns!
I don't think they knew about Fibonacci numbers when I majored in Math. But I love numbers so thanks for the intro. Love, Mom
Very well done!
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LOL! I thought you might enjoy this one, Vicki!
My husband would love this. He and his grandmother are both math teacher and things like Fibonacci and Chebyshev's Theorem come out regularly when they talk. This was truly funny.
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