Monday, April 24, 2006

Blog Challenge

Do you have the skills to combine your math and creativity to make the best "Fib"?

The challenge is to write the best "Fib" (poem that fulfills the Fibonacci mathematical sequence). For more information on this phenomenon that is sweeping the blog world, see the following sites and articles:

In short, the poem must fulfill the syllable requirement set up by this pattern: (If you have read The DaVinci Code, this sequence may be familiar.)

The Fibonacci numbers are the sequence of numbers {F_n}_(n= defined by the linear recurrence equation


with F_1=. As a result of the definition (?), it is conventional to define F_0=.

The Fibonacci numbers for n=, 2, ... are 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, ... (Sloane's A000045).

An example from the NY Times article:
(3)and rumor
(5)But how about a
(8)Rare, geeky form of poetry?

Can you do it too? A handsome prize awaits the winner!!! Anyone at MBHS can enter! Anyone around the world can enter... although I don't know if I can deliver the prize too far.


Mitchell M 6 said...

Um so I looked at this blog and saw nothing but numbers. I don't know what I am supposed to be writing about but this is crazy, arithmatic in english? Come on Brandi.

ReidF3 said...

What the heck are you talking about?

jonathann6 said...

You scream;
We all scream,
For lots of ice cream.
I like to eat ice cream a lot.

ColeT3 said...

I (1)
Think (1)
this is (2)
a silly (3)
idea but i (5)
better get a "b" in your class (8)

walkerd3 said...

I have no idea what any of this means. But since there is a prize involved will you tell us in class about it.

rebeccal5 said...

I (1)
am (1)
a senior (2)
Who cant wait (3)
Till May 23(5)
So I can get my diploma,(8)
graduate and go to Furman University (13)

Matt Johnson said...

Tell Trey,
Matt said hey.
Miss Houge is an idiot.
I say that because you dont work there.

Is Chicago too far away to send that prize.

MrsC said...

Hey out there at DePaul! Good to hear from you. You did not completely follow the rules, so no prize (my name has 2 syllables). Come see me when you get home!

stus6 said...

is Stu;
how bout you;
i go to the Brook;
i am a senior at the Brook;
i do not know for what reason i am doing this;
i would guess it is because i am feeling so bored and sick that i can not see straight;
but here i am now writing the line that is supposed to have thirty four syllables so i guess i win the prize mrs. caldwell ha to all of you.

petersloan06 said...

1 i
1 like
2 passing
3 caldwells class
5 wouldnt you all too?
8 please give me points mrs caldwell!