An artist wants her painting to be in the shape of a Golden rectangle. If the length of the painting is 36 inches, then what should be the width?
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Originally Posted by magentarita An artist wants her painting to be in the shape of a Golden rectangle. If the length of the painting is 36 inches, then what should be the width? If by Golden you mean that the ratio of the Width to the Length should be the Golden Ratio, then Width = ( (1 + sqrt(5))/2 ) * Length Hope this helps, Regards, David
hey mate, A golden rectangle is one such that the ratio of width to length is the golden ratio Golden rectangle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Regards, David
Originally Posted by David24 hey mate, A golden rectangle is one such that the ratio of width to length is the golden ratio Golden rectangle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Regards, David Thanks for both replies.
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