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OFFICE ADDRESS : GF PRH BUILDING, BONIFACIO STREET, BAGUIO CITY

AND fIBONACCI RELATION

QUANTIFIED DECISION THEORY

ST/BONIFACIO ST., BAGUIO CITY CP NO. 09205479428. 304-3350

1..1..2....3.....5......8......... 1.618 NOTES :

1. " The Product of the Golden Number ( 1.618 ) with

the sum of the given L and W of the Golden rectangle

" The Volute / Spiral grows by an ARC having a chord,R equal to the next higher digit of the given L of the Golden Rectangle under consideration."

under consideration is equal to the sum of 2L with W

W of thesame figure, that sum ( 2L + W ) is the next

0..1..1...2...3....5.....8.....13......21.......34........55........89..........144..........233 FIBONACCI SERIES AND GOLDEN RECTANGLE RELATION higher digit after L in the Fibonacci Sequence."

The Golden Rectangle can be generated by two consecutive digits in the Fibonacci Sequence.

2. "The L of the Golden Rectangle under consideration

A ratio of these consecutive numbers produces the golden number ( 1.618 ) and its co-function. is the next higher digit of the given W of thesame

rectangle. "

R = 55

55/34

0..1..1...2...3....5.....8.....13......21.......34........55........89..........144..........233 " The Volute / Spiral grows by an ARC having a

= 1.618 13/8 21/13 34/21 55/34 3.

= 1.62 = 1.62 = 1.62 = 1.62 chord,R equal to the next higher digit of the given

R = 34

= 0.62 = 0.62 = 0.62 = 0.62 Golden no.: 1.625 L of the Golden Rectangle under consideration."

13 13

13 X 13

8X8 13 8 X 8 13

13 X 13

8X8

13 X 13

8X8

..21.....34...... 13 X 13

8X8

cofunction: 0.618 " The Golden Rectangle can be generated by

34

21 8

34 X 34

8 21

34 X 34

4.

two consecutive digits in the Fibonacci Sequence.

21 X 21

34

..8...13...... 34

21 X 21 21 X 21

34

R = 89

..13.....21...... ..34.....55...... golden number ( 1.618 ) and its co-function. "

55 21 55

21

"The L of the Golden Rectangle under consideration is the 10th and 11th observation at which the ratio taken

next higher digit of the given W of thesame rectangle. "

is 55/34 of the fibonacci sequence and stabilizes

L:W = 2 Not all ratio of two consecutive numbers in the Fibonacci Sequence produces the Golden at the 18th observation."

" The Product of the Golden Number ( 1.618 ) with the

55

sum of the given L and W of the Golden rectangle under consideration

ratio, 1.618 & its co-function, 0.618. In fact it is only stable at the 18th observation as noted

1+ 5 Q: If nature is observed to manifest the golden

is equal to the sum of 2L with W of thesame figure, that sum ( 2L + W ) below. On the 10th and 12th digits of the Fibonacci Sequence, the Golden number, 1.62 ( two - ratio, what is the implication of that nature is

is the next higher digit after L in the Fibonacci Sequence."

golden proportion decimal places ) starts to emerge. CHAOATIC below the 10th observation as it swirls

down the center, the blackhole ?

21 34 = 55 (L+W) = (2L+W)

1+ 5

(L+W)

21

= 34

= (2L+W)

L:W = 2 0..1..1...2...3....5.....8.....13......21.......34........55........89..........144..........233

L 34 L 21 21 = 34

(L+W) = (2L+W)

=

(2L+W)

golden number

13 13

(L+W)

0/1 1/1 2/1 3/2 5/3 8/5 13/8 21/13 34/21 55/34 89/55 144/89 233/144

55 = 89

21 21 8

8 X 13

1.618 = =0 =1 =2 =1.5 =1.667 =1.6 =1.625 =1.615 =1.619 =1.617

PLANKS DIST. 1.616 X10<-33

=1.618 =1.617 =1.618

1.618

......21.......34..........55.........89..........144 .....13......21.......34..........55.........89 0..1..1...2...3....5.....8.....13......21......34..

1.618 1.618034

The key pattern to keep on producing a bigger Golden Rectangle is to keep on deriving the new L that will produce 1.6

chaos is most prevalent near the eye or eye wall.

the bigger Golden rectangle. Where the new L is derived from the formula ; L = 1 + 5 W 1 It receeds then fades towards the eye.

2 If we live somewhere at the galaxy where the golden ratio is most

In the Fibonacci Sequence L is simply the next higher digit ; .....13......21.......34..........55.........89 . If w = 13, then L = 21 in the Sequence. prevalent, it would be at the 4th observation. Beyond the 17th

observation, its too stable.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13.............. 18th observation

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