This website, whose manager is Bubok Publishing, s.l., uses cookies (small data files that get stored in your browser), your own data and third parties' data as well, for the operation of the site (necessary), analytics (anonymous analysis of your activity on the website) and social media activity (so that you can interact through them). You can read our política de cookies. You can accept, reject, manage or view more information about said cookies by clicking on the corresponding button.
AcceptRejectSettings and further information
Search Bubok

About the infinity of golden constants

USD 11.55
Add to Cart
Buy Now
Payment available with Amazon Pay, card, transfer or cash on delivery
Product Details:
  • Author: Paulo Fernandesky
  • Status: Public
  • Number of pages: 64
  • Size: 216x279
  • Inside: Black and white
  • Binding: Stapling
  • Cover finish: Matte
  • ISBN eBook as PDF: 978-989-98423-6-6‚ÄŹ
  • Downloads: 5
  • Last update: 09/03/2015

The first golden constant, has been applied in diverse situations in art, architecture and music, and although some have claimed that it represents a basic aesthetic proportion, others have argued that it is only one of a large number of such ratios. We also speculate on the neurophysiological basis behind the sense that the golden mean is a pleasant proportion. About the arithmetic of presented element, applying and find paradoxical properties in immovable state total or partial in constant paradoxical calls. Ie, with intrinsic effects where the resulting term is established. The principle of its results is innate and related to its proportional operation. Here, we present their properties and apply them to a simple square with identical proportions to its base. This is done not only by the reason that exposes the paradoxes, but we are certain that there is much to talk about this principle. Much beyond the divided measure on the extreme reason, but much more beyond the inverse value of these ordered segments. For example, Where we divided pi by 2,3416277... About Trigonometric, in summary, the canonical section deÔ¨Āned as the intersection of the regular circular conical surface and the plane which passes through the two halves of the cone, it is a curve paradoxically deÔ¨Āned in Cartesian plane.



No Comments about this book Sign up to comment about this book
More books by this author

Do you want to lear more on how to publish your work? Leave us your phone and we call you without obligation.

Insert your name

Insert your phone number

Insert your email

Insert a valid email

Choose the manuscript status

The aim of the collection of your data is being able to attend to your request for information, which will not be shared to any third parties, Bubok Publishing s.l. being responsible for said data processing. Legitimization is based on your consent, taking into account your right to access, rectify and delete the data, as well as other rights provided by the Política de privacidad

Are you human?

Thanks for contacting Bubok, your message has been sent successfully. A person from our customer counseling department will contact you as soon as possible.