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Divisibility properties of some fibonacci-type sequences
A generalized Fibonacci-type sequence is defined from a fourth order homogeneous linear recurrence relation, and various divisibility properties are developed. In particular, the notion of a properExpand
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Generalized Fibonacci and Lucas Factorizations
Brillhart, Montgomery and Silverman [2] have developed tables of Fibonacci and Lucas factorizations. In doing so they have used primitive parts of these numbers. These are analogous to the properExpand
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3322. Approximate Angle Trisection
A Search for Solutions of a Functional Equation
Nash [4] used recursive sequences like the Fibonacci numbers, {Fn}, to investigate factors and divisibility. The Fibonacci numbers are defined by $$ \begin{array}{*{20}{c}} {{F_n} = {F_{n - 1}} +Expand
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