  # Writing Simple python function using Fibonacci function by vigneshchennai74 Updated: Feb 17, 2023 Guide Kit

Fibonacci(n) is a function that takes an integer n as input and calculates the n-th number in the Fibonacci sequence using recursion. The Fibonacci sequence is a number series where every number is the total of the two numbers before that, starting from 0 and 1.

Implementing the fibonacci(n) function first checks if n equals 1 or 2. If so, it returns 1, as the first two numbers in the Fibonacci sequence are both 1. If n is greater than 2, it recursively calls fibonacci(n-1) and fibonacci(n-2) and returns the sum of those two values. A for loop is a type of control flow statement in Python that will allow you to iterate over an element sequence, such as a list, tuple, or string. if and elif are conditional statements in Python that allow you to execute different codes depending on the value of a condition.

Here is an example of how to write a python code to calculate the Fibonacci sequence Preview of the output that you will get on running this code.

### Code

In this code we have used Fibonacci function

1. Copy this code using "Copy" button above and paste it in your Python ide
2. Import the Fibonacci function .
3. Run the code to get the output

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### Environment Tested

In this solution we have used the following versions. Be mindful to change when working with other versions.

• This solution is created using Python version 3.7.15

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