It is widely believed by historians that Leonardo Fibonacci was never married. While little is known about his personal life, there is no record of a wife or children. More »

Leonardo Pisano, most often referred to by his nickname Fibonacci, was one of the most famous mathematicians of the Middle Ages. He made several contributions to modern mathematics, including the pattern now known as the... More » Math Numbers

Leonardo Pisano, who is better known by the name Fibonacci, introduced the Hindu-Arabic number system to Europe at the beginning of the 13th century through his book Liber Abaci, which translates to "Book of Calculation"... More »

Examples of Fibonacci sequences and numbers in nature are spiral shell formation, rabbit population and various parts of human anatomy. Many natural occurrences of the Fibonacci sequence are represented by the golden rat... More »

Fibonacci was an Italian mathematician who lived from about 1170 to 1240. He was born in the city of Pisa, and many historians believe he died there as well. Many historians and mathematicians characterize Fibonacci as o... More »

Nobody actually knows how Fibonacci died. The exact date of his death, in fact, is still a mystery. It is estimated that he died sometime in the decade between 1240 and 1250. He lived to be approximately 70 to 80 years o... More »

The first six non-negative cube numbers are 0, 1, 8, 27, 64 and 125. These are the cubes of the numbers zero through five. A cube is the product of a number multiplied by itself and then by itself again. More »