Applied methods in the theory of nonlinear oscillations by V. M. Starzhinskii
By V. M. Starzhinskii
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18) among other geometrical progressions, and this fact is a reason for the wide spread prevalence of the golden logarithmic spiral in forms and structures of nature. 3. 11). 11), then we get the representation t in the form of the following continued fraction 1 τ = 1+ . 20) τ = 1+ . 1 1+ 1 1+ 1 1+ 1 + ... 20) in mathematics is called a Continued or Chain fraction. Note that the theory of continued fractions is one of the most impor tant topics of modern mathematics. 4. 10). 10), then we will get the following representation for τ: τ = 1 + τ.
However, many mathematicians used the term “Mid dle and Two Ends,” in particular: Abu Kamil (850 930), al Biruni (973 1050), Ger hard of Cremona (12th century), Adelard (12th century), Campanus of Novara (13th century), and Billingsley (1570). In addition to the definitions of the “divi sion in the extreme and mean ratio” and “proportion having a middle and two ends,” other definitions, namely: “divina proportione,” “proportionally divided,” “contin uous proportion,” “medial section,” “the golden number,” and “the golden section” were used.
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