The lower Wythoff sequence a = (a(n)) and upper Wythoff sequence b = (b(n)) are solutions of many complementary equations f(a, b) = 0. Typically, f(a, b) involves composites such as a(a(n)) and a(b(n)), and each such sequence is treated as a binary word (e.g., aa and ab). Conversely, each word represents a sequence and, as such, is a linear combination of a, b, and 1, in which the coefficients of a and b are consecutive Fibonacci numbers. For example, baba = 3a + 5b − 6.