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It’s Fibonacci Day

Today’s date corresponds to the first numbers of the Fibonacci sequence  – 1 1 2 3…..

According to the National “Day” calendar, November 23rd is known as:


Every November 23rd, Fibonacci Day honors Leonardo Bonacci, one of the most influential mathematicians of the Middle Ages. The date corresponds to the first numbers of the Fibonacci sequence  – 1 1 2 3.

Fibonacci was an Italian mathematician who was also known as Leonardo of Pisa and Leonardo Fibonacci.

If you’ve never watched a video of the Golden Ratio, or never heard of the Fibonacci number sequence, you owe it to your self to invest in a few minutes of your time to check it out. There are many videos and articles out there. Hopefully you won’t regret learning a little something about Fibonacci, and why we celebrate Fibonacci Day on November 23rd. This one was just a random choice: (ENJOY!)

2 Responses

  1. The first I ever learned about the Golden Ratio was here on the NBXpress one year ago today. So pleased that JP and Sue saw fit to run this story again this year, reminding we readers of this divine phenomenon, and how it is evident from the tiniest of atomic levels of matter to the unfathomable immensity of the universe. To say I am awestruck and humbled by Almighty God’s creation is, at best, a colossal understatement. Thanks for the Thanksgiving inspiration.

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