Grand Award

3rd Place

Fibonacci In Nature

Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics
Zane Martin

Ms Kristen Aguanno

"I am studying the Fibonacci Sequence numbers and how they play a role in much of nature. My plan is to find things in nature that I come across on a daily basis, and count the number of petals, leaves, sepals, etc. to see if they are in the Fibonacci sequence. I decided to investigate this because I was fascinated by Fibonacci and his study in mathematics and numbers in nature. "

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One thought on “Fibonacci In Nature

  1. It is an exciting project, I like Fibonacci numbers, too. You made some interesting observations it is worthwhile to continue your research. Congratulations

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