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Golden Ratio in relation to the Great Pyramid
Transcript of Golden Ratio in relation to the Great Pyramid
a2+b2=c2 - C being the
longest side of the triangle. The only way to find the sloping height of a triangle is to use the Pythagorean
theorem, the Egyptians used it to measure, design and plan using this strategy, by using a simple piece of knotted ropes to make right angles.
They made land boundaries using the Pythagorean Theorem, which made them the Great Pyramid of Giza. Where Has The Golden Ratio Been Found In The World? The Golden Ratio in Art.
The most famous painting ever has the Golden Ratio in it, no surprise. The Mona Lisa and The Golden Ratio The Mona Lisa, painted by Leonardo Da Vinci, is the most perfect, most special piece of art work, not only because of Leo's ability to paint, but the perfect proportional face which he has drawn on purpose. The Mathematician was the first person to use it art. If you divided the rectangles length by width around her face, the answer comes out to be 1.618. This is simply spot on, and more beautiful to the human eye, I bet you wondered why she looks so beautiful...... What Is The Golden Ratio? An Example Of The Golden Ratio Rectangle