Keith Devlin (Wednesday) - Fibonacci & the Golden Ratio Exposed: Common Myths & Fascinating Truths | Math Encounters

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The golden ratio is a fascinating number, but how much of what you read (or believe) is true—and what are the common myths? Join us as Stanford mathematician, award-winning author, and NPR “Math Guy” Keith Devlin examines the evidence and separates fact from fiction.

Keith Devlin Math Encounters September 7th Poster

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September 7th, 2011 6:30 PM   through   8:30 PM
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Baruch College Conference Center
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United States
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