0, 1, 1, 4, 9, 25, 64, 169, ...
represents the square of the sequence of Fibonacci numbers.
Let n represent the number of elements to display and let y represent the sequence of squares of Fibonacci numbers.
n = 4
y = [0 1 1 4]
you must decide how the input variable is named: 'n', 'nx' or 'x'!! :-/
I cleaned things up a little.
Hard-coded solutions based on look-up tables for F_n or (F_n)², such as Solution 1506329, should be banned and failed by the Test Suite.
I do not undertand the problem. If you provide the fibonacci sequence, there is nothing to do.
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