**MATHEMATICAL SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued):** … the first line in a Fibonacci poem with n = 0 has no syllables, and therefore constitutes a moment of silence. This is an important consideration, just as standard syllable and rhythm patterns are critical to other forms of verse such as haiku, limerick, and iambic pentameter. (If n = 1, then there is no initial moment of silence.)Here's an example:Whatisa Fib?A poemmathematicalSyllables are arranged in linesaccording to Fibonacci's sequence of numbers:One, one, two, three, five, eight, thirteen, twenty-one, thirty-four, fifty-five and so on.Because the lines have ever-increasing syllables, the …

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