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  1. The Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Numbers by R. A. Dunlap, 1998-03
  2. The Fabulous Fibonacci Numbers by Alfred S. Posamentier, Ingmar Lehmann, 2007-06-21
  3. Fibonacci Numbers by Nicolai N. Vorobiev, 2003-01-31
  4. 1001 Fibonacci Numbers: The Miracle Begins with Unity and Order Follows by Mr. Effectiveness, 2010-01-13
  5. Geometry of Design: Studies in Proportion and Composition by Kimberly Elam, 2001-08-01
  6. Recursion: Function, Parent, Ancestor, Fibonacci Number, Fractal, Fractal-Generating Software, Shape, Differential Geometry, Integral

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This webpage provides basic information on the golden ratio and describes applications of this number to Fibonacci numbers, geometry, architecture, art, and nature.
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  • Uses for Math Teaching Math : Advanced Math Magic tricks with Math ... 5.3. Important Numbers The Golden Ratio (φ ≈ 1.618) The golden ratio , also known as the golden mean , is an irrational number with some amazing properties. The Greek letter phi (φ) is used to represent this number. To 10 decimal places, its value is given by 1.6180339887. There is also the following useful formula for the golden mean: There is a fascinating relationship between the golden ratio and the Fibonacci sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, ... in which each number in the sequence is the sum of the two previous numbers. It turns out that the ratio of successive terms in the sequence converges to the golden ratio. The following table lists the first several of these ratios as well as their approximate values: ratio value The golden ratio appears in geometry, art, architecture, and in nature. In what follows, we will discuss each of these applicatioins. Geometry The most famous geometric construction employing the golden ratio is the golden rectangle . This is a rectangle with base length φ and height 1 as shown below: Figure The Golden Rectangle

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Kingdom of Prussia was the successor state to the Duchy of Brandenburg. In 1701 the German Emperor granted the Elector of Brandenburg the title of King in Prussia. In 1772 King Friedrich II annexed Polish province of Royal Prussia , without the Gdansk territory[?] , from the Kingdom of Poland, and united it with the duchy of Prussia (it now taking the name East Prussia). In 1793, King Friedrich Wilhelm II annexed the areas around Gdansk and Torun. In 1793 and 1795, larger areas of Poland were added, which were organized into the Provinces of South Prussia and New East Prussia. Like many countries in Eastern Europe at that time, the old Polish Kingdom was inhabited by many ethnic groups, and it is important not to confuse political loyalties with ethnic identities. Many loyal Polish subjects were not ethnically Polish. Western Prussia, including Gdansk, had had a ethnic German majority for centuries, while a sizable German minority lived in the Torun area. Other important ethnic groups, besides Poles, were Jews. Some locals even descended from hardy Scotsmen, who had fled to Danzig in the 16th century, and founded the suburb of New Scotland. The Kingdom of Prussia at this time was not part of Germany. Knigsberg was the capital and coronation city of the Prussian kings. In 1806 Napoleon Bonaparte conquered Europe and abolished the German empire and the title of Kaiser for Germany (capital: Wien [Vienna]). The Kaiser in Wien became Kaiser of Austria with no power in the rest of Germany. The titles of Kurfrst (elector) became meaningless and was abolished and changed to Kings of Bohemia, Prussia, Saxony, Bavaria, Wuerttemberg, and Hannover by Napoleon's grace. The archbishops and Catholic church had lost all their secular power in 1803.

7. Square Root Of 5 In Encyclopedia
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8. 2008 ATOMIC Program
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There have always been subjects which man himself is not able to fully explain, cosmic mysteries that defy the logical mind and go beyond a physical and realist grasp. Throughout history the various peoples inhabiting our planet have tried to help each other understand the inner workings of our being with the use of fantastical stories of mythological proportion. While these stories can differ greatly, as well as show many similarities, perhaps the only similarity they all share is that they require the use of ones imagination or rather, they require an open mind. No one seriously believes that there are thunder gods in the heavens hurling lighting bolts down towards Earth… anymore.
Why is it that people create a system of beliefs? I believe that the answer is simply that everyone has an inborn desire to understand their own creation. As for my own views in regards to this subject, I feel that the reason we exist in this realm is to realize that, “…all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration. That we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively. There is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves.” (Keenan)

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