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<div class="nm_column nm_column_inner col-sm-5"> <div class="title-container"> <div class="title-content"> <h2 class="sub-title">tag<br /> <span class="main-title">golden ratio</span></h2> </div> </div> <div class="large_row_hide" style="margin-bottom: 30px;"></div> </div> <div class="nm_column nm_column_inner col-sm-7"> <p>The golden section, Golden Ratio, Golden Mean, Divine Proportion, Phi, φ, are all names for the same, a ratio. And what about Fibonacci? That resembles it, but it is not the same thing.</p> <p>The Golden Ratio is the ratio A (the largest part) / B (the smallest part) = (A + B) / A = φ</p> <p>Phi(φ) is an infinite number, without a repetitive pattern (so completely random), comparable to Pi (π). Rounded off this number is φ; 1.61803398875… or also known as 5^0.5 x 0.5 + 0.5.</p> <p>So what can we do with that number? You can see it as a division. Suppose we have a line of 2 cm that we are going to divide with this ratio. The largest piece (A) becomes 2/φ = 1,236… What remains of this is piece B, so 2 – 1,236 = 0,763…</p> <p>With this ratio we can make a spiral. This spiral can continue indefinitely, both smaller and larger. Theoretically, this spiral has no beginning and no end.</p> <p>Want to know more about the Phi Ratio? Then you should definitely read one of our blogs!</p> <div style="margin-bottom: 50px;"></div> </div>
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