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# Let Fi be the Fibonacci numbers as defined in Section 1.2. Prove the following:a. N2i=1

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Problem 1.11

Let Fi be the Fibonacci numbers as defined in Section 1.2. Prove the following:a. N2i=1 Fi = FN 2b. FN < N, with = (1 + 5)/2 c. Give a precise closed-form expression for FN.1

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