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Now, measure the sides of our small rectangle. What do you get when you find the ratio of the longer side to the smaller side? Eureka!!
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It turns out, you can keep splitting the smaller rectangle into a square and an even smaller rectangle, and every time, the smaller rectangle will have the same ratio. Isn’t that just golden?
It turns out, Phi (φ) has another name you may have heard of. It’s called the “Golden Ratio” and it appears in all kinds of amazing places, as we’ve seen. You can find the golden ratio in places like pine cones, and artwork, beautiful cars, and iconic buildings. In fact, even the screen on your computer and shape of your paper are closely related to the golden ratio, Phi (φ).