John M.

asked • 01/23/17

May I have help with a challenging math problem, please show and explain work

In the sequence 1,4,5,6,7,8,10,16,18,... each number after the first two is the next number that can be expressed as the sum of two previous numbers in only one way. For example,10 is included because 6+4=10, and there is no other sum of two numbers in the sequence that equals 10. The number 15 is not included because both 10+5 and 8+7 equal 15. In a similar sequence that begins with the two numbers 100 and 101, the sum of the first ten terms is

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