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But thats not the limit of its interest...
Its also the only number to solve the equation:
(corrected my formular re:browserUk)
Raises eyebrows. Um... you mean like 2 + 2 = 2^2?
As I recall it, Phi was unique because it was the only solution to equation, (X^2)-1=X. Also, 1/Phi= Phi-1. It's kind of a fun number to play with, if you're into that sort of thing...
I kinda guessed that poqui had used the wrong formula:) This is 'Golden Mean' by another name isn't it?
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