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Golden ratio: architecture -

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Steven oh

on 6 September 2012

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Transcript of Golden ratio: architecture -

Notre Dame What is the relation between the golden ratio and this building? Look at these pictures first Golden Ratio in architecture These green rectangles mark all the Golden rectangles in the sections of the building. As well as this the white line (1.618) and the blue line (1) are compared to created the proportions of the golden ratio By using the golden rectangles and the proportional lines the architects made the whole building almost perfectly symmetrical. white The architects used the simple but complex equation to work measure the length of the building. The Equation is set out bellow. a b a=20m b=12.36m therefore using the basic format to work out phi(a/b)we can can get the golden ratio. The equation is:
a/b = 20/13.36 = 1.618 a b a = 21.51
b =13.29 Also using the basic format to work out phi(a/b)we can can get the golden ratio. The equation is:
a/b = 21.51/13.29 = 1.618 By Steven oh End of the show
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