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**1 - 2**of**2**### RETROGRADE RENEGADES AND THE PASCAL CONNECTION II: REPEATING DECIMALS REPRESENTED BY SEQUENCES OF DIAGONAL SUMS OF GENERALIZED PASCAL TRIANGLES APPEARING FROM RIGHT TO LEFT

, 1992

"... Repeating decimals containing the Fibonacci and Lucas numbers when their repetends are viewed in retrograde fashion, reading from the rightmost digit of the repeating cycle toward the left, have been explored in [1], [2], [3], [4], and [5]. Here, the sequences of generalized Fibonacci numbers u(n; p ..."

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Repeating decimals containing the Fibonacci and Lucas numbers when their repetends are viewed in retrograde fashion, reading from the rightmost digit of the repeating cycle toward the left, have been explored in [1], [2], [3], [4], and [5]. Here, the sequences of generalized Fibonacci numbers u(n; p, q) which can be interpreted as sums along diagonals in Pascal's binomial coefficient

### REPEATING DECIMALS REPRESENTED BY TRIBONACCI SEQUENCES APPEARING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT OR FROM RIGHT TO LEFT

, 1988

"... In 1953 Fenton Stancliff [1] noted that E l 0-(i+DF. = J_, where F ^ denotes the i th Fibonacci number. This curious property of Fibonacci numbers attracts many Fibonacci fanciers. Afterward, Long [2], Hudson & Winans ..."

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In 1953 Fenton Stancliff [1] noted that E l 0-(i+DF. = J_, where F ^ denotes the i th Fibonacci number. This curious property of Fibonacci numbers attracts many Fibonacci fanciers. Afterward, Long [2], Hudson & Winans