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 Body measurements 2010-04-06 From Amirul:Recently I'm proposing my research question to my teacher for my extended essay. I'm an IB student. My research question is regarding the estimation of human in buying trousers through reference of neck. What does the relation between the diameter of the neck and the diameter of the waist? I want to see how far does the estimation theory is true for different type of people with different BMI(body mass index).. But teacher said that it is golden ratio...so nothing interesting... =( really??? But i search on net.... state that my idea seems do not have any relation with the golden ratio so far..... i just want ask you... am I able to perform in my extended essay if i continue with this research question??Answered by Robert Dawson. Fibonacci 2001-02-28 From Shona:We have been doing pattern finding with him, talking to a friend he mentioned the "Fibbinacci Series" ?, while I have tried to find a bit about it, how works etc.. what it is about, I have not really found out much, what I have I feel is way beyond him, but am still curious to know the basics of it myself. Would you be able to tell me in laymans language. Would be very much appreciated.Answered by Claude Tardif. Fibonacci Numbers 1999-12-15 From Gary Nelb:I'm doing a project on fibonacci numbers and I'm using different starting values and finding out if different starting values to see whether or not the ratios still get closer to phi. I was wondering, what numbers should I use. Should I use two of the same # like 2 and 2, or numbers like 1 and 2, or even something totally different.Answered by Denis Hanson.

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