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The Golden Ratio

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S: The Golden Ratio

FC: The Golden Ratio

1: The Golden Ratio by: Cara Breslin Jess Clark and Kianna Williams

2: The History The Golden Ratio is also known as Phi. Phi was named after the Greek sculptor Phidias. The golden ratio is a number approximately equal to 1.618. The Golden Ratio has been used all the way back to the ancient Egyptians.

3: The Spiral Seashell is an example of the Golden Ratio in nature | As the spiral gets bigger it demonstrates Phi.

4: The Parthenon is an example of the golden rectangle. Each rectangle is cut in a third resembling the different aspects and architectural designs of the Parthenon.

5: Your finger is an example of the Golden Ratio. | From the top to the joint is 2, from the joint to the middle is 3, from the middle to the bottom is 5, and from the bottom to your wrist is 8.

6: All the Names | golden section golden mean golden number divine proportion divine section golden proportion

7: Greek sculptors made statues of their gods using the golden ratio because they thought it was beautiful.

8: What you didn't know about the Golden Ratio: | Most businesses use the golden ratio to manage their time and their money.

9: The End | Thank You!

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Cara Breslin
  • By: Cara B.
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  • Title: The Golden Ratio
  • This is an in depth look into the magic of the golden ratio. (:
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  • Published: over 9 years ago