For my seminar presentation this coming Wednesday, I will be talking about how we can use numbers from the Fibonacci sequence to come up with Pythagorean triples. The article I am basing my presentation on is called “Fibonacci Meets Pythagoras” by David Pagni. My presentation will include some computations, but it is easy to follow along because it deals mostly with high school level algebra.

# Pythagorean Triples from Fibonacci Sequence

by Natasha | Nov 18, 2019 | Fall 2019, Math Seminar | 3 comments

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Natasha did an excellent job presenting the material, and ensuring that the audience knew that background information. The use of an example based on suggestions was great for understanding the concept. Overall, it was a great talk on concepts that were recognizable and fun to see an application of.

Natasha’s presentation on Pythagorean Triples from Fibonacci Sequences was presented very well. Everything was clear and easy to understand. Starting with a basic example that we all already knew was good for understanding it and then doing an example where we picked the numbers and seeing it work was fun and engaging!

Hello Natasha, you did really great on your presentation. The Pythagorean Theorem is popular and the Fibonacci Sequence is a very interesting concept. I like how we had to come up with different numbers so you can prove Fibonacci Meets Pythagoras. It was really interesting how you use the numbers from the Fibonacci sequence to calculate Pythagorean triples. It was a good topic and you explained it very well.