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originally posted by: Utnapisjtim
==> 5 / (2*10*0.5 sin(π/10)) = φ = 1.618033989...
or in other words ==> 5 divided by the perimeter of a decagon with diameter 10 equals the golden number Phi precisely.
originally posted by: Utnapisjtim
originally posted by: Utnapisjtim
==> 5 / (2*10*0.5 sin(π/10)) = φ = 1.618033989...
or in other words ==> 5 divided by the perimeter of a decagon with diameter 10 equals the golden number Phi precisely.
That should be diameter 1, not 10 of course.
originally posted by: PteroFractal
Someone linked me to this.
I literally made an account just so I could reply to this.
I think math is sexy.
Oh so *very* VERY sexy.
Especially the Golden Ratio.
Know how the pentagram (five-pointed star) is infinitely Golden-Ratioed?
Makes sense that the decagram could be in some sense, too