Natural Mathematics, the Fibonacci Numbers and Aesthetics in Art
Keywords:Fibonacci Numbers, Recurrence Relation, Curvature, Fibonacci Spiral Golden Rectangle
The Mathematics of beauty and beauty in mathematics are important ingredients in learning in the liberal arts. The Fibonacci numbers play an important and useful role in this. This paper seeks to present and illustrate a grounding of visual aesthetics in natural mathematical principles, centered upon the Fibonacci numbers. The specific natural mathematical principles investigated are the Fibonacci numbers, the Fibonacci Spiral, and the Cosmic Bud.
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