The Fibonacci Numbers have been of great interest since they were first seen as a solution to an algebra word problem published in 1202. The Fibonacci Numbers have many interesting properties which have many applications. For this the focus will be on finding a formula to find the nth Fibonacci number in the sequence.

## Archive for Mathematical Physics

## Parametric Differentiation – Examples

James Nearing in the book Mathematical Tools for Physics (Dover Books on Physics) shows a technique to avoid integration by parts. This is done by using Differentiation and Parameters for Integrals. I found this technique to be an interesting method for obtaining results to definite integrals. So here I play with the technique.