# The Fibonacci Sequence and Golden Ratio Quiz

By AwedStarfish

## Summary

The Fascinating Fibonacci Sequence and Golden Ratio

• Many flowers, cacti leaves, and sunflower seeds have numbers of petals or arrangements that follow the Fibonacci sequence.
• The human hand has five fingers with three parts each, and the lengths of bones in the hand are also Fibonacci numbers.
• The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers in which each number is the sum of the two numbers before it.
• The sequence begins with 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, and so on.
• The sequence is named after Leonardo Pisano, aka Fibonacci, who introduced the Hindu-Arabic numeral system to the Western world.
• The Fibonacci sequence has been discovered in various forms in nature and everyday life.
• The golden ratio is a ratio of two quantities that have a ratio equal to the ratio of their sum to the larger quantity.
• The golden ratio is represented by the Greek letter phi (ϕ) and has a value close to 1.618033…
• All Fibonacci numbers have the golden ratio.
• The golden spiral is a special kind of logarithmic spiral that gets wider by a factor of phi for every quarter turn it makes.
• The golden ratio and golden spirals can be found in seashells, ocean waves, hurricanes, flower buds, spider webs, and many other naturally occurring phenomena.
• Architects and artists often use the golden ratio in their designs and creations, such as Le Corbusier's Modulor system and Salvador Dali's The Sacrament of the Last Supper.

## Description

Discover the fascinating world of the Fibonacci sequence and golden ratio with our quiz! From the origins of the sequence to its appearance in nature and everyday life, this quiz will test your knowledge on all things Fibonacci. Learn about the golden ratio and its presence in seashells, spider webs, and even art and architecture. Challenge yourself with questions on the history, mathematics, and applications of this intriguing sequence.