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Golden Ratio is when two quantities of their ratio are the same as the ratio of their sum to the larger of the two quantities. As a simple formula is that the golden ratio is equal to 1.618.
The golden ratio is also represented by the Greek letter Phi (𝛗). Other names for it is the golden mean, golden proportion, golden number, and golden section. If you prefer dropping the “golden,” you can also refer to it as the “divine proportion.”
Mathematicians have long studied the properties of the golden ratio because of its many applications. Golden Ratio has been present all around us in nature and manmade designs. Practical uses are related to design, art, and financial markets.
Some of the examples of the golden ratio in natures are spiral patterns in leaves and other plants. You can also find it in the number of petals in most flowers. You can also see this pattern in snail shells, galaxies, and even typhoons.
One of the best characteristics of the golden ratio is the beauty of its pattern. Since anything (or anyone!) that has this pattern has equal proportions, its symmetry is highly aesthetic and pleasing to the eyes.
Artists like Leonardo da Vinci and Salvador Dalí used the Golden Ratio on their artworks such as the Mona Lisa and The Sacrament of the Last Supper. Architects also apply the Golden Ratio to design great-looking buildings such as the Great Mosque of Kairouan and the Notre Dame de Paris.
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