Leonardo number

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Leonardo number (plural Leonardo numbers)

  1. (mathematics) Any of a sequence of numbers related to the Fibonacci numbers. L(0) = 1, L(1) = 1, and then, for all n larger than 1, L(n) = L(n-1)+L(n-2)+1.