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For a project, I am getting some students to analyze Leonardo of Pisa's (Fibonacci's) rabbit population problem.What I want them to do is to find an algebraic formula to find the nth Fibonacci number. Unfortunately, even though at the time I was sure I knew how to derive such a formula, I am now stuck. After not finding the information I need in my math library at home, I am seeking help from you.
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