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<h3>Learn about the Fibonacci sequence.</h3> www.mathsisfun.com Fibonacci Sequence
<h3>Fibonacci Numbers and Phi in Music and Music Composition</h3> youtu.be In which I discuss Fibonacci Numbers and Phi in Music and Music Composition. It's rather self-explanatory. By the way, I say "Ewler" at some point...I totall...
www.theguardian.com Marcus du Sautoy: Composers from Mozart to Bach were fascinated by numbers, threading codes throughout their works. But what do they mean?
<i>How is the Fibonacci sequence found in the world around us?</i>
<h3>The Fibonacci Sequence in Nature</h3> youtu.be This is a video compilation of clips from various sources with The Divine Book: The Absolute Creator
For Teachers: Arthur Benjamin: The magic of Fibonacci numbers youtu.be Math is logical, functional and just ... awesome. Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin explores hidden properties of that weird and wonderful set of numbers, the Fi...
<h3>The Parthenon - Architecture</h3>The Parthenon, built in 447 to 438 BC, appears to use it in some aspects of its design to achieve beauty and balance its design. The illustration below shows one of the ways that the golden ratio is often reported to appear in its design. s1.thingpic.com
We have 8 fingers in total, 5 digits on each hand, 3 bones in each finger, 2 bones in 1 thumb, and 1 thumb on each hand.The ratio between the forearm and the hand is the Golden Ratio! s1.thingpic.com
Many flowers have a Fibonacci number of petals. Some, like this rose, also have Fibonacci, or Golden Spiral, petal arrangements. s3.thingpic.com
The leaves on this plant are staggered in a spiral pattern to permit optimum exposure to sunlight. If we apply the Golden Ratio to a circle we can see how it is that this plant exhibits Fibonacci qualities. s2.thingpic.com
Fibonacci and the Golden Mean youtu.be A really good insight into the Golden Mean, Fibonacci Series etc. (This video was available on Google Videos... but the thumbnail was too terrible to use it....
<h3>Student Project</h3>Work with members of your group to create a ThingLink to demonstrate ways the Fibonacci sequence can be found in the world around us.<br />