



 
Amirul, Firstly, it is almost certainly not Golden Ratio. Very few things are (some are ratios of adjacent Fibonacci numbers which is a different story.) Secondly, if your teacher thinks it is, you would seem to have a natural null hypothesis. You could then gather data (the more the better, and fix your sample size ahead of time) and test the hypothesis. Good Hunting!
 


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