1. Pick any two numbers (for example, 15.3 and 18.5) and add them (getting 33.8 in this case). 15. 3 18.5 33.8 Then add the last number to the one
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1. Pick any two numbers (for example, 15.3 and 18.5) and add them (getting 33.8 in this case). 15. 3 18.5 33.8 Then add the last number to the one before it. 15.3 18.5 33.8 52.3 Again add the last number to the one before it. 15.3 18.5 33.8 52.3 86.1 Using a spreadsheet or by hand, repeat this sequence for as long as you want. Then divide each number by the one before it to obtain another sequence of numbers. Does the sequence of quotients appear to be approaching a particular value? Can you determine what that value is?

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