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Fibonacci Numbers and Geometry

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Suppose we take a unit segment AB (see Figure 2) and want to break it into two pieces in such a way that the greater part is the mean proportional between the smaller part and the whole segment.

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Vorobiew, N.N. (2002). Fibonacci Numbers and Geometry. In: Fibonacci Numbers. Birkhäuser, Basel. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-0348-8107-4_5

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