Suugaku Girl
Alt Names:  Mathematical Girls 
Author:  YUUKI Hiroshi 
Artist:  HISAKA Mika 
Genres:  Comedy Drama Romance School Life Seinen Slice of Life 
Type:  Manga (Japanese) 
Status:  Complete 
Description:  Just after the high school entrance ceremony, "I" meet a beautiful girl: Milka. Milka is a mathematical genius. She gives me many math problems, she shows me many elegant solutions. Milka and I spend a long time by discussing math in the school library. One year later, I meet another mathematical girl: Tetra. Tetra is one year younger than me, and asks me to teach her math. While I teach her, she begins to understand math and to love its elegance gradually. In the first volume (series), we talk about Fibonacci Numbers, Harmonic Numbers, Finite and Infinite Sums, Factorization, The Bazel Problem, Partitions of the Integer, and Generating Functions. 
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this is pretty good
Was mathematically interesting even though sometimes a bit high leveled (like 1st year university math).
I'm out after 3.14 ^^'
This manga took the record for me to stare at a page for so long.. thinking about some equation... I think my brain is kinda dead after so long not thinking mathematically lol
I´m sure i wasn´t the only one who skipped all the math parts.
Just not fucking way i deal with math in my free time, i liked the authors other works though so i decided to finish this one for the plot.
Anyhow, GREAT SERIES!!!
There seem to be 5 books and 2 more different mangas:
http://www.hyuki.com/girl/en.html
http://www.hyuki.com/girl/comic2.html
http://www.hyuki.com/girl/comic3.html
And the first book is translated to English:
http://bentobooks.wpengine.com/
Maybe I'll post my own solutions for the formulas to the first 2 number sequences later as they are different from those in the chapter,
see I didn't think of oscillations at all until I continued to read the chapter so it was an pleasant surprise
It's wonderful <3 math is wonderful <3