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## Math for fun and glory

### Course: Math for fun and glory>Unit 1

Lesson 1: Spirals, Fibonacci and being a plant

# Doodling in math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and being a plant [1 of 3]

Part 2: http://youtu.be/lOIP_Z_-0Hs Part 3: http://youtu.be/14-NdQwKz9w Re: Pineapple under the Sea: http://youtu.be/gBxeju8dMho. Created by Vi Hart.

## Want to join the conversation?

• Why are sprials part of the fibbonaci sequence?
• The amount of spirals in an object are Fibbonacci numbers.
• what is a fibonacci
(1 vote)
• How do you smuggle fruits and pinecones and Sharpies and tape into math class without your teacher killing you?
• I don't know, you would have to be very careful! Maybe if there are budget cuts, the teacher doesn't care that much anymore, due to his or her pay going down. The fruits are there because you are in a greenhouse, and the sharpies and tape you could bring in your backpack or pencil case. The pinecone is just magical.
• Is there a setting to make it slow down? (Not to be a complainer but My brain couldn't keep up with the material. )
• There's a transcript (a transcript is like a script) which is under the title if you click "Transcript".
• I am a 7th grade student. In what grade will this be taught in school?
• you will most likely learn it in art or aa gifted class
(1 vote)
• Why does this seem like what my brain does all the time?
• maybe if you pay more attention/ no offense / of wut you want to do you get what you want
• why are they inportint?
• They are everywhere in nature. Like, literally everywhere.