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What is the golden ratio?

The golden ratio is also called the divine proportion. It equals 1.618 (approx).

Assuming the length is larger than the width
1.618=x/110

does it have any thing to do with fibonacci numbers?

^Yeah, that's how I would solve it too. :-)

a/b = 1/2(1+sqrt(5))

110 is not correct. :P

It's 177.98 @computergeek123 :-)

1.618*110 = x

Typo: it should be \[\LARGE \Phi^n = Fib(n) \Phi + Fib(n-1) \]

Which side is which?

68 (approx)
110/68 = 1.618

so i woulld put 180?

OK, assuming one is less than other, I see now...

180 is too much rounding, I guess. 178 is better, but we are already rounding phi to 1.618 only :-)

I still say there are 2 answers, why should you divide length by width?

Yup, then it's

OK, assumed in the choices......grrr.

Double +1

The tick was a clue:-)

The last one, it's just the definition of a trapezoid and a rhombus, so, it's correct :-)

So i have the correct answers??