So.. I decided to create a function for the Fibonacci sequance and woohoo made it!
I'll share it here because, well, im kinda happy for it but also i have some question.

If you want to take on the challenge and create a functuin (or a loop) to make the Fibonacci seq+Golden ratio, this part is SPOILER

fibonacci <- function(x){
for(s in 1){
a <- c(0,1)
gold <- c(0,1)
x <- x-2
for (i in 1:x) {
a[i+2] <- sum(a[i],a[i+1])
gold[i+2] <- a[i+1]/a[i]
}
}
return(data.frame(Fibonacci=a,"Golden Ratio"=gold))
}
# Example fibonacci(5)

*I actually realised i didnt have to use the first loop. Ill leave it anyway here since its my final version of the function WITHOUT seeing others

My questions are:

When i used tibble instead of data.frame it round the numbers to 2 decimals only. can i fix this?

even in a data.frame format, and actually in all R calculations, it didnt calculate a more accurate number than 1.618034. can it be fixed?

Another issue that i fixed by using x = x-2 is that i cant figure out a kneet way to tell R to run only till x, because i already created the first two numbers in the sequance.

anyway.. if you have cooler ways to make this, please share, and for us newbies i think its a cool chalenge!

I see. still, since i want to display the result in my output, its a shame that that tibble, which is much nicer, doesnt show the entire decimals.
thanks though

However, the console output is not the best option for using in publications. You could use one of the many table packages in RMarkdown or export the output as a file, e.g. csv.