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golden number

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(Astronomy) a number between 1 and 19, used to indicate the position of any year in the Metonic cycle, calculated as the remainder when 1 is added to the given year and the sum is divided by 19. If the remainder is zero the number is 19: the golden number of 1984 is 9.
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When a number in the series is divided by the previous number, the result is an infinitely repeating decimal known as the golden number ([phi] = 1.
The ratio between the numbers is frequently called the golden ratio or golden number.
Maintaining this with a balanced vegetable intake is recommended to achieve the golden number of five fruits and vegetables a day.
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We don't define the golden number, it's more about the overall proportions.
Ifa segment is divided so, that the ratio of the whole and the larger side is equal to the ratio of the larger side and the lower side, than the ratio is equal to the golden number, <D (Figure 2, a) fl, 2, 3],
It is not abundant to get as gift a car that is not luxurious," Kiril said of his ,000 Lincoln with a golden number plate.
Seven strikes is the golden number, as opposed to the 16 allowed earlier.
The most celebrated of all, Leonardo da Vinci, created the Vitruvian Man, whose perfect proportions illustrated the famous golden number.
While she took to the stage in a performance- appropriate sparkly silver- golden number, she wore an unusual little black dress ( LBD) off it.