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Golden Ratio in Art......
Transcript of Golden Ratio in Art......
In the rectangle above, the rectangles keep getting smaller, but are still the area of the golden ratio. The rectangles go on forever and it makes a spiral. The Golden Rectangle The Golden Ratio in the Great Pyramid can be found when you divide the slanting height by the base. 186.369 divided by 115.182 equals 1.61804. As you can see, this number is very close the Golden ratio number. The Golden Ratio The Golden Ratio is the number 1.61803398875 . It is found in all things around the world and the universe. There is the Golden rectangle, triangle, spiral and others. You can see this in nature, art, architecture, music and other places. In the Golden Rectangle, the rectangles keep getting smaller and smaller and keeps going on forever. The spiral in the Golden Rectangle goes around it as well. It goes on and on through the rectangles for infinity.The human eye wouldn't be able to see how far it goes. The Golden Spiral, rectangle and ratio. Here are some examples of the Golden Ratio in the world. I believe that the Ancient Egyptians did know about the Golden Ratio when they built the pyramids because the sides and angles are all perfect. The pyramid's area is the perfect golden ratio. In my research i found out how the egyptians have made the pyramids and that made me believe that they used the Golden Ratio. Reflection & Evaluation