PatTheGreat42

This is just another one of those thoughts that pop into my mind from time to time.

Lets say you have a recursive equation, a la the Fibanocci sequence, perhaps. Any ole equation will do, though.

Then, let's say, you start it off by plugging in entirely random numbers. Are the numbers you get out considered random, because they were created using random numbers, or are they non-random, because they were produced from an equation? Just curious.

Lets say you have a recursive equation, a la the Fibanocci sequence, perhaps. Any ole equation will do, though.

Then, let's say, you start it off by plugging in entirely random numbers. Are the numbers you get out considered random, because they were created using random numbers, or are they non-random, because they were produced from an equation? Just curious.