Gopala (mathematician)

Gopala was an Indian mathematician, who studied the Fibonacci numbers in 1135, more than half a century before Fibonacci popularized these numbers in Europe.

ee also

*Indian mathematicians

External links

* [http://www.sju.edu/~rhall/Multi/rhythm2.pdf The Rhythm of Poetry]


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