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    regards to correlating with mathematics. However, there are multitudes of scientific discoveries and studies that prove mathematics has very much to do with universal beauty, and interestingly, why people are considered more attractive over others. The Golden Ratio is a mathematical number that is a determinant factor of why some people are considered more good-looking than others. Although the accuracy of the Golden Ratio is constantly and understandably questioned, it does offer up a respectable amount of evidence as to why some individuals are immediately labeled attractive over others. The Golden Ratio should be considered accurate to determine beauty because of mathematics, perceptions, and facial characteristics…

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    “The golden ratio is a special number found by dividing a line into two parts so that the longer part divided by the smaller part is also equal to the whole length divided by the longer part.” (Elaine J. Hom )After the 21st century, golden ratio represents as a phi in Greek alphabet. The equation for golden ratio is a/b = (a+b)/a = 1.6180339887498948420 …,but if we round it two places, it will be 1.62.the golden ratio is also called the golden mean, golden section, golden number and so on. The…

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    Many men beginning a body building regimen wonder if bigger is better when it comes to becoming muscular. This desire to get big comes from a male desire to appear dominant and superior. However, according to the adonis golden ratio system bigger muscles are not better when it comes to building muscle. In fact, a larger physique is no longer practical or functional after men reach a certain threshold. Also, many women do not find a large build attractive on a man and prefer the more realistic…

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    Phi Research Paper

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    irrational number also known as the golden ratio, with an approximate value of Φ= 1.618033988749895… Phi has many applications in several fields of study, including natural science. Through this work we will explore different cases in which a relation between the number phi and God can be witnessed, hoping to call the attention of the reader towards pivotal facts that can help see God’s hands at work behind even the least of things in the stage of this world. One of the evidences we would like…

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    The Number Phi Logos

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    Featured in Jan Browns bestselling book, The Da Vinci code, the number phi is arguably one of the most popular numbers in existence. With it’s staggering number of names ranging from the Divine ratio to the Golden Mean, phi demonstrates incredible connections and patterns in nature prominently evident facial composition, logo design, and artwork done by the renaissance artist Leonardo Da Vinci . The Golden Ratio is astoundingly prominent in facial dispositions in humans, some basic examples…

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    past term approaches, with ever more noteworthy exactness the higher the terms, a proportion of roughly 1 : 1.6180339887. This quality is alluded to as the Golden Ratio, otherwise called the Golden Mean, Golden Section, Divine Proportion, and so on, and is typically meant by the Greek letter phi φ (or at times the capital letter Phi Φ). Basically, two amounts are in the Golden Ratio if the proportion of the whole of the amounts to the bigger amount is equivalent to the proportion of the bigger…

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    Math Vs Music

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    working life, -each to receive its consummation from the other” (Fauvel). And famed composer Claude Debussy echoed “Music is the arithmeic of sounds as optics the geometry of light” (Fauvel). Both men, respected in their fields, had equal feelings about the relationship between mathematics and music. They not only live together, but feed each other, and complement each other. How many have not studied these relationships, but a few have and made it known that math and music can in fact be…

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    discovery of, “The Golden Ratio.” (Fibonacci, n.d.). His numbers are so famous that a journal called the Fibonacci Quartely is strictly devoted to its study (Fibonacci Numbers, n.d.). Though his numbers are associated with many concepts such as computer algorithms and graphs, his numbers are even found in nature (Fibonacci Numbers, n.d.). One such association is the arrangements of leaves on a stem, or the branching of trees, the flowering of artichokes, the fruit sprouts of a pineapple, the…

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    the same rate as the Fibonacci sequence. vspace{12pt} The reason that Fragiskos Archontakis and Evan Osborne decided to bet on a draw each time was because the odds for a match ending in a draw, before the start of the match, are never below the value of 2.618. The value 2.618 is the odds required to never lose money when using the Fibonacci Betting System, no matter how far through the sequence one gets. The profit returned from a bet winning with odds of 2.618 is 1.618, which is the golden…

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    Truths Observed in Nature Demonstrate a Judeo-Christian God Exists When looking at religious beliefs from generations before us, the Judeo-Christian God, the creator, is referred to as “The essence of goodness, love, justice, compassion, and mercy; the protector of the innocent and the faithful; the enemy of the wicked and the infidel. God is pure spirit with no material substance and neither beginning nor end” (White, pg. 284). These arguments of God’s existence are believed to have not been…

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