Lesson-1-Part-I-and-II-Intro-History-of-the-Golden-Ratio-and-Fibonacci-Revised-122316.pdf - Introduction History of The Golden Ratio Fibonacci Numbers

Lesson-1-Part-I-and-II-Intro-History-of-the-Golden-Ratio-and-Fibonacci-Revised-122316.pdf

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The Golden Ratio & Fibonacci Numbers Introduction & History of
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Golden number - 1.618033989 Usually shortened to 1.618; doesn’t change number's value The Golden Ratio written as a proportion Background Image – The cross-section of a chambered nautilus shell, one of nature’s logarithmic spirals is sometimes debunked as a golden spiral, but a better or more approximate fit is the Golden Spiral on a 180 degree rotation. 1.618 - irrational number (can’t be expressed as a whole number or fraction) Ratio for beauty Never ends (in fi nite) or repeats What is the Golden Number
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Divide a line into two parts so that: The whole length divided by the longer length is also equal to the longer length divided by the shorter length. The Golden ratio Mathematical Proportion Diagram ÷ ÷ = 1.618… = What is a proportion? It is when two ratios or fractions are equal. A ratio compares values and shows how much of one thing is compared to another. Let’s look at the diagram below. , or phi
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2575 BC - Egyptian pyramid design has strong evidence for golden ratio 448-432 B.C. - Greek Parthenon design and proportions golden 490 - 430 B.C. - ancient Greek artist Phidias used golden ratio in sculpture work 428-347 B.C. - philosophers including Plato studied and used golden ratio in works Background Image – The pyramids of Giza, Egypt. 300 B.C. – mathematician, Euclid’s thirteen volume work Elements, referred to dividing line at point of 0.6180399; explained as way to divide a line in extreme and mean ratio 1200 A.D. - Fibonacci number series written about by Leonardo of Pisa aka Fibonacci & popularized in west History of the Golden Ratio & Fibonacci Numbers (2574 – 1200 AD)
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The Great Pyramid of Egypt has mathematical evidence for containing the golden ratio, Pi and the Pythagorean Theorem. Painting by G.W. Seitz 1878.
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448-432 B.C. Greek Parthenon - design and proportions found golden in column heights & widths & root support beam dividing line 428-347 B.C. Plato – described golden ratio in dialogue, Timaeus which describes 5 possible regular solids (Platonic solids: the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron), some Platonic solids related to golden ratio The Parthenon Background image - Porch of Maidens or The Caryatid Porch of the Erechtheion, Athens, 421–407 BC.
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