# What Do You Know About Fibonacci Nim?

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 110  Settings  Dating back to the year 1963, Fibonacci nim was modeled off the original Nim game by a prominent mathematician and made popular by another mathematician. This mathematical game is played by promising kids and maths enthusiasts, who alternately remove coins from a pile of coins. However, another game—with very similar rules—bears the same name, but this is the popular one.

• 1.
How many people can play the Fibonacci nim at a time?
• A.

1

• B.

2

• C.

3

• D.

4

• 2.
How can you get the next sequence in a Fibonacci progression?
• A.

Addition of the two previous numbers

• B.

Subtraction of the two previous numbers

• C.

Multiplication of the two previous numbers

• D.

Division of the two previous numbers

• 3.
Who was the first person to observe the Fibonacci number?
• A.

Leonardo Pisano

• B.

Stephen Hawking

• C.

Giovanni Paganucci

• D.

Giovanni Fibonacci

• 4.
How many coins can the first player remove during the first play?
• A.

3

• B.

2

• C.

1

• D.

As many as he/she wants

• 5.
Who is considered the winner of a Fibonacci nim? The player who picks the...
• A.

First coin

• B.

First 2 coins

• C.

Last coin

• D.

First 5 coins

• E.

Last 2 coins

• 6.
What is the maximum number of coins a player can remove in each turn?
• A.

Twice the previous move

• B.

Three times the previous move

• C.

Half the previous move

• D.

Same as the previous move

• 7.
In a Fibonacci nim containing a total of ten coins, what will be the winning move for the first player?
• A.

Removing of 2 coins

• B.

Removing of 8 coins

• C.

Removing of 3 coins

• D.

Removing of 5 coins

• 8.
Who developed the concept of the Fibonacci nim game?
• A.

Michael J. Whinihan

• B.

• C.

Leonardo da Vinci

• D.

Giovanni Fibonacci

• 9.
Which of these is not allowed in Fibonacci nim?
• A.

The second player can pick all the coins

• B.

A player can make a 0 move

• C.

Players alternate in picking coins

• D.

A maximum of two players can play

• 10.
What is the next sequence of this series: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13?
• A.

15

• B.

18

• C.

24

• D.

21

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