golden ratio


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golden ratio

[‚gōld·ən ′rā·shō]
(mathematics)
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Two magnitudes, A and B, form the golden ratio if A/B = (A+B)/A.
British actress Elizabeth Hurley scored on the golden ratio for length, and just missed out the width measurement.
The hundredth Fibonacci number, for example, is roughly equal to the hundredth power of the golden ratio.
In the second part, Mosley is joined by maths guru Robert Prechter to look at how to employ the mathematics of the Golden Ratio of 1:1.
Instead of phi, we showed that average distances between the eyes, mouth and face contour form the true golden ratios," Pallett added.
weight 1500 ANSI lumens SVGA native resolution 2000:1 contrast ratio 4:3/16:9 screen selectable NTSC/PAL/SECAM video compatibility 22dB noise level Golden ratio color wheel (5 segments) Full 16.
In addition, the Golden Ratio Color Wheel provides high-grade color reproduction to produce more natural flesh tones by delivering better color saturation on red and blue than standard RGB without sacrificing green.
For graphics enthusiasts who require the best color quality, the MP720p's unique color-matching technology features BenQ's proprietary Golden Ratio Color Wheel that provides high-grade color reproduction.
OTCBB:EPYR) announces, with regret, that talks to merge its wholly owned subsidiary, Basalt Fiber Company with the basalt rock and gravel quarry company, owned by the Golden Ratio Group, http://www.
OTCBB:EPYR) announced that negotiations continue for its wholly owned subsidiary, Basalt Fiber Company (BFC), to merge with the basalt rock and gravel quarry company owned by the Golden Ratio Group, http://www.
OTCBB:EPYR) announced that it continues to make progress in its merger discussions with the Golden Ratio Group, http://www.