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The Look-and-Say Sequence

In a previous blog I looked in more detail into “the daddy of all integer sequences” - the Fibonacci sequence. While the Fibonacci sequence is an impossible sequence to match up to, there are plenty of other intriguing integer sequences out there. So if you can deal with the disappointment… Continue reading The Look-and-Say Sequence

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How to represent a recurring decimal as a fraction

What is a recurring decimal? Some decimal numbers are easy to deal with – 0.5, 0.3, 0.25 etc. These are easy because they do not have recurring digits. Converting between these numbers and fractions is easy. Recurring decimals are numbers which have a repeated digit or sequence of digits –… Continue reading How to represent a recurring decimal as a fraction

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The Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio

We have previously touched upon Fibonacci sequences when discussing different types of sequences for GCSE maths so you may already be familiar with them. This blog will go into more detail and show you some more uses of the Fibonacci sequence that you probably wouldn’t expect!What is the Fibonacci sequence?The… Continue reading The Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio