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Fibonacci numbers

By Clayton Griffithsa
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Clayton Griffiths

on 17 March 2010

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Transcript of Fibonacci numbers

Fibonacci in Bee's By Clayton Griffiths The Fibonacci Numbers
and the Ancestry of Bees

Fibonacci numbers are found everywhere you look.
One place that it is found is in the
ancestry of the Bees. Male’s bees are produced asexually by
who ever the queen bee is of the group. In this situation each
Male bee has a mother but no father. Each queen be on the
other side have both a father and a mother.
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