Golden Ratio by Andy

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This lesson began with us constructing a rectangle which formed a triangle with sides in the ratio of one is to phi. This really got me thinking as to what other shapes could have the same ratio in their sides. Then we looked at many monumental structures which also incorporated the Golden Ratio. After we looked at a few videos which talked about how the Golden Ratio itself exists nearly everywhere including us. This was an interesting lesson as I first believed this would be boring and fully mathematical but it was actually fun and it really opened my eyes about the beauty of maths. The lesson concluded with us briefly touching on the golden spiral and looking at it and drawing it for our homework.

#exploremaths #eets

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