Aug 18, 2019
Excellent exposition of a fascinating subject.\n\nVery well organized, including a handout with the course material.\n\nMany thanks to Prof. Chasnov and the HKUST for this worthwhile opportunity!
Jul 13, 2020
Someone has said that God created the integers; all the rest is the work of man. After seeing how the Fibonacci numbers play out in nature, I am not so sure about that. A very enjoyable course.
von Víctor P V•
Aug 12, 2016
The theory explained and the exercises are not at the same level.
von Sasha W•
Aug 02, 2020
Very interesting course. By far the most interesting and challenging I have found so far in my preparation to go study maths at uni in a years time. Used some of my previous mathematical knowledge such as matrices and proof by induction, whilst pushing me to use them in different problems and derive new formulas and use new mathematical methods. Will definitely be talking about this on my personal statement!
von C R V•
Aug 05, 2020
This course is well explained. Interesting. Surprisingly takes less time to complete but consumes a lot of time to dwell deeper into it with proofs and their applications. I would like to repeat all the exercises and want to learn more about the topic, whenever I get a chance. It has opened new world to think. Thanks for the beautiful course.
von Muhammad B A•
Apr 21, 2020
This is really a very wonderful course. This is the first course, I enrolled on Coursera and started it just as a fun course. But at the end, it is much more than my expectations. I learned a lot and revised many concepts. Thank you Professor Chasnov.
von K B•
Oct 24, 2016
In this course so far I have been able to see what different types of patterns are and I have been able to see what kind of counting ways there are. I have also learned that the Fibonacci Sequence is everywhere in nature so I really like this course.
von Kevin D•
Jun 10, 2020
Very interesting and entertaining course. I have had many years of advance Math & Engineering courses, and had never covered the subject matter that was provided by this course.
Thanks to everyone that created and provided this course.
von Daniel A•
Mar 23, 2020
Great material; both instructive and fun.
The exercises were just challenging enough to make me think, but achievable with some effort (with one exception so far (Catalan´s identity), but I´ll come back to that).
And a great instructor!!!!
von Soham J•
Apr 27, 2019
This course is absolutely out of the world. It truly showed me how much I didn't know and how fascinating nature is. The best part is that anyone with basic understanding of algebra can take this course. I had a really fun time here.
von Jamal B•
Aug 16, 2020
Excellent professor who made a complex mathematical feat most enjoyable. Your step-by-step walking through, Professor Chasnov, and demonstrating that with examples made me wish I had you for Diff-EQ course in college. Thank you.
von Ryan L•
Jun 28, 2020
This class was very interesting and insightful. Being a high school student, some of the math was challenging. However, detailed explanations of each practice problems were provided, making it easier to follow along.
von Christine W•
Sep 12, 2020
Absolutely brilliant course. I was intimidated when I began but learned so much, due to the videos and comprehensive course notes, that I have passed and feel a great sense of achievement.
Thank you very much.
von SAUL E M R•
Apr 24, 2020
Phi is one of the most interesting numbers (1/7, Euler-Mascheroni, Euler number, pi). It is the number of recursions (geometrically, algebraically). The course deepens into interesting properties of phi.
von Nilson R R•
Aug 18, 2019
Excellent exposition of a fascinating subject.
Very well organized, including a handout with the course material.
Many thanks to Prof. Chasnov and the HKUST for this worthwhile opportunity!
von Sahag S B•
Sep 03, 2020
this course made mathematics fun and I gained enlightened concerning how mathematics show up in nature, and how to interpret such scenes. I recommend to attend such courses-- Thank you
von MAHADEVAPPA H•
Jul 13, 2020
It was a wonderful experience. I have learnt a lot more about Fibonacci numbers and the golden ratio during this course. I urge the professor to create more and more courses like this.
von David P L•
Sep 29, 2019
I really enjoyed this class. The video lectures were clear and fascinating, and the math assignments were well-chosen and reinforced learning of the material presented in the lectures.
von Giovanni M•
Mar 16, 2017
Finally I studied the Fibonacci sequence and the golden spiral. I used to say: one day I will.
Very interesting course and made simple by the teacher in spite of the challenging topics
von Hasan J•
Dec 04, 2016
Good course for introduction to Fibonacci Numbers. Should include more introduction lectures such as group theory, category theory, type theory, number theory, and algorithms.
von Dr. A K•
Jun 01, 2020
This was the fourth course of me with Prof Jeffrey. i am really very thankful to our beloved prof and also thanks to The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
von Burhani T S•
Jun 25, 2020
The course is concise, to the point and very interesting. Though it looks easy at first sight, without practice, you cannot complete it.
Thank you, it was great fun.
von Christopher P•
Jul 19, 2020
Took me awhile to get in the groove — age 76 — but the little gray cells made the grade. Thank you for a well-organized, clearly presented course.
von THANUJA P•
Jul 25, 2020
These kind of courses are always interesting, where the world is full of mathematical calculations and hope to see more videos on nature and maths
von B J R•
Feb 19, 2020
Nice course to explore concepts like Fibonacci NUMBERS, Golden RATIO ,Lucas NUMBERS and many more. Very well taught by professor JEFF CHASNOV.
von Abdullah S A•
Jun 16, 2020
A very educational course taught really well by one of the best professors out there. Thank you professor Chasnov for all your great courses.
von pedro a•
Mar 28, 2020
A very interesting course with great teaching. I recommend it for those who want to go deeper into the topic and test mathematical thinking.