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Golden Ratio (ɸ)

The Golden Ratio, or phi (ɸ), is a specific number—approximately 1.618—defining a relationship between two numbers that, when detected in visible objects, is associated with being pleasing to the eye. Examples of Golden Ratio-like proportions in art and architecture, whether used intentionally or not, include the Mona Lisa and the Parthenon.