What is Use of Fibonacci series?
The Fibonacci sequence is named after Leonardo Fibonacci. His 1202 book Liber Abaci introduced the sequence to Western European mathematics, although the sequence had been described earlier in Indian mathematics by modern convention, the sequence begins with 0.
Now the question is where this series going to use it?
Use 1. If you are engineering student then you might know this Images 1 and Images 2.
Yes, this is Practical implementation of Fibonacci series. This series not only in human made creation but It available in nature also…for example.
Use 2. Convert Mile to KM Using Fibonacci
Three miles is five kilometers, five miles is eight kilometers, eight miles is 13 kilometers. It’s not perfect, eight miles is actually 12.875 kilometers, but it’s close enough in a pinch for an approximate equivalent. J
Okay now convert 100 miles, it’s a number that’s not seen in the Fibonacci sequence, but you can just break up your miles as a sum of Fibonacci numbers, then convert each of those to kilometers, and add those kilometer answers — odd but true. It works.
Break 100, for example, into a sum: 89 + 8 + 3, each must be a number of our Fibonacci list as was stated.
Add their conversion as the next numbers for each which are the 144, 13, and 5, which add up to 162. Ah ha: 100 miles or mph (miles per hour) is actually more nearly equal to 160.9344km or kmph (kilometer per hour). Again, that’s close enough for personal use, driving and traveling.