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I've removed all instancaes of the phrase "Gopala-Hemachandra numbers." The article said that the Fibonacci sequence is "called" that, but it doesn't appear that this is true. it might be more just if it were called that, but the facts seem to be that nobody actually does. The cited paper on "The Gopala-Hemachandra numbers and music" does not contain the phrase "Gopala-Hemachandra numbers", and in fact is titled "The Rhythm of Poetry". -- Dominus 15:01, 1 Dec 2004 (UTC)
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