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what is an easy way to describe a golden triangle?

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    this page gives you a good start

    http://mathworld.wolfram.com/GoldenTriangle.html

    I also suggest you look into the Fibonacci numbers and the Golden Ratio
    (1 + √5)/2

    This will spark an interest in a very unique area of mathematics that will keep you occupied for a lifetime, like it has me.
    My students used to try to get me off to that topic.

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