March 3, 2019|Phi Golden Ratio Uncovered

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Updated:17th August 2020,21:36hrs by Riaaz Ally, 20th August 2020, 01:36hrs by Riaaz Ally (still transferring from palabrasonit)

Phi (Φ) and pi (Π) and Fibonacci numbers can be related in several ways:

The Pi-Phi Product and its derivation through

limits

The product of phi and pi,

1.618033988… X 3.141592654…, or 5.083203692,

Many have claimed that while they were still in school, Einstein had failed math. If you search on Google with the keyword Einstein failed math, there are over 5,000 references. Even so, the information above is the money to create the “news or not news of Ripley” well-known in the newspaper.

In 1935, a Jewish rabbi in Princeton gave him a look at Ripley’s entry with the words “the greatest mathematician ever skipped math.” Einstein laughed: “I have never failed math. Before age 15, I was proficient in differential and integral calculus. “In elementary school, he always led the class and always” learned beyond the requirements of the school “in mathematics. At the age of 12, his sister remembers, “Einstein liked to solve difficult problems in applied arithmetic.” And Einstein decided to study geometry and algebra first. Einstein’s parents bought books for him so that he could study during the summer holidays. Not only did he learn the clauses in those books but also tried to prove his new theorems. He even made his own way of proving the Pythagorean theorem by Einstein’s IQ.

we only just started on abc lol

how much nonsense can still be spoken…

no it isnt everything hey

watta lot u got

must be jellytot

why not is be must be has to be jellytot…

if since yolk

any type of yolk

say

business upstairs…

in scripture…

maybe other yolk go yes ok…stay in scripture

i say yes be should be stay in scripture

1.618

2.446, 2.45, 2.5

5/3.92

1.27551020408

3/3.92

0.76530612244

5.08/3.92

5/3.92

1.27551020408

3/3.92

0.76530612244

5.08/3.92

Perhaps with such math can open a new one …

the linear direction of nasa math

to enter a new

angle in time lol

for the universes to see

we are here

great

1:1

+0618136

and 5/4.92

1.10162601626

4/4.92

0.81300813008

lool

5/3.92

1.27551020408

3/3.92

0.76530612244

5.08/3.92

-1 + 1

2.445/5

6=0

a serious ratio

3.445/7

5.08/3.92

ull need the math of 2.441

rather than

2.5

should be better solution

has to is be must be should be…

stupid one ok make big mistake ok…

now…

just forget all of it

over time?

too late

same sense is of 1:1

eg: till now no charges…maybe too much trust, just be good, life be good…

over confident

no then be 2:1

how much answer questions…

scared of ?

2:1

no 1:1

ok dont like that one

0.5:1

the best

must be 1

030.5:1

maybe

141.5

121.5

9

11

lol

2 9 11

9 11 20

31 5 and 4 is 9

ok

11 + 9 + 9

29

that be 2:1 …ok ok…1:1

good average of 1 average…

20 9

10 9

19

10

or

29

14.5

10

1:1

1,05:1

true

11:1

same

2:1

1:1

2 as

not a and a

asquared=1

or a 5 and 5 or 7 etc

5 and 5

10

1

2 as = 1

Steroseismic studies, chromospheric activity, and stellar rotation (gyrochronology) are all consistent with the Alpha Centauri system being similar in age to, or slightly older than, the Sun.[37] Asteroseismic analyses that incorporate tight observational constraints on the stellar parameters for the Alpha Centauri stars have yielded age estimates of 4.85±0.5 Gyr,[7] 5.0±0.5 Gyr,[38] 5.2 ± 1.9 Gyr,[39] 6.4 Gyr,[40] and 6.52±0.3 Gyr.[41] Age estimates for the stars based on chromospheric activity (Calcium H & K emission) yield 4.4 ± 2.1 Gyr, whereas gyrochronology yields 5.0±0.3 Gyr.[37] Stellar evolution theory implies both stars are slightly older than the Sun at 5 to 6 billion years, as derived by their mass and spectral characteristics.[35][42]

From the orbital elements, the total mass of Alpha Centauri AB is about 2.0 M☉[note 2]—or twice that of the Sun.[34] The average individual stellar masses are 1.09 M☉ and 0.90 M☉, respectively,[42] though slightly higher masses have been quoted in recent years, such as 1.14 M☉ and 0.92 M☉,[43] or totalling 2.06 M☉. Alpha Centauri A and B have absolute magnitudes of +4.38 and +5.71, respectively.

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