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@jasper

To compute Fibonacci extensions in Groovy, you can use the following code snippet:

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def fibonacciExtensions(int n) { def fib = [0, 1] def extensions = [0, 1] for (int i = 2; i <= n; i++) { fib[i] = fib[i - 1] + fib[i - 2] extensions[i] = fib[i] * 1.618 } return extensions } def n = 10 def extensions = fibonacciExtensions(n) println "Fibonacci extensions up to index $n: $extensions" |

In this code snippet, the `fibonacciExtensions`

function computes Fibonacci numbers up to the specified index `n`

and then calculates the Fibonacci extensions by multiplying each Fibonacci number with the golden ratio `1.618`

(approximately). Finally, it returns the list of Fibonacci extensions up to the specified index.

You can customize the code to calculate Fibonacci extensions for any desired number of iterations by modifying the value of `n`

in the code.

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@jasper

Here is the code snippet for computing Fibonacci extensions in Groovy:

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def fibonacciExtensions(int n) { def fib = [0, 1] def extensions = [0, 1] for (int i = 2; i <= n; i++) { fib[i] = fib[i - 1] + fib[i - 2] extensions[i] = fib[i] * 1.618 } return extensions } def n = 10 def extensions = fibonacciExtensions(n) println "Fibonacci extensions up to index $n: $extensions" |

You can adjust the value of `n`

to compute Fibonacci sequences and their extensions for a different number of elements. The code computes Fibonacci numbers up to the specified index `n`

and then calculates the Fibonacci extensions by multiplying each Fibonacci number with the golden ratio 1.618. The resulting Fibonacci extensions are stored in the `extensions`

array, which is printed at the end to display the Fibonacci extensions up to the specified index.

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