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A System of Unified Geometric Formulas

A System of Unified Geometric Formulas

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A set of unified formulas that make comparisons between regular geometric figures easy.
A set of unified formulas that make comparisons between regular geometric figures easy.

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Unified Formulas – 1
The Relations of Regular Figures(as shown by formulas in which π is expressed as 4 × .7854 and in which “s” or side and “h” or heightand “d” or diameter are all assumed to be the same number and are all expressed by D)
Circumference
 
 Area
 
 Notes
 
Circumference
 
 Area
 
Square4SS
2
S=D
4DD
2
[S=side]Circleπdπ
2
π= 4×.7854;r=D÷2; d=D
4D×.7854 D
2
×.7854
4r 
2
= D
2
Surface Volume Notes Surface Volume
Cube6S
2
S
3
S=D
6D
2
 
D
3
RightCylinder2π
2
+ 2πrhπ
2
hh=D; r=D÷2
6D
2
× .7854
 
D
3
×.7854
Coneπ
2
+ πrs1/3π
2
h
D
2
×.7854 (1+√5/2)
 
D
3
×.7854×1/3
[s = slant height]h=D; r=D÷2;s=√D
2
+ (D/2)
2
Sphere4π
2
4/3πr 
3
2/3 × 6 = 4
6D
2
×.7854×2/3
 
D
3
×.7854×2/3
Unified Formulas -2
The Meaning of Phi(as shown by formulas in which Phi is taken as equal to (√5−1) ÷2 or .618033989)There is one and only one number which satisfies the equation X
2
+ X = 1. That number is Phi where X=Phiand Phi equals (√5− 1)÷2φ
2
+ φ = 1φ
2
x + φx = xφ
2
x/ φx = φφx/x= φThe four formulas above explain all the so-called “Golden” properties of Phi and also the mean and extremeratio.Explanation in words:When we divide a whole by the fraction called Phi we divide the whole or “x” into two parts, φ
2
x and φx. Oneof these parts is multiplied by Phi, the other by the square of Phi. (φ
2
x, φx) When we form a ratio from thesetwo parts, “x” cancels out and we are dividing a square root into its square so we get the same number wedivided by, i.e., Phi. (φ
2
x/ φx = φ) When we divide the fraction formed with Phi by the whole or “x”, “x” again

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