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     Rajesh kumar 
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    Golden mean is the ratio between two adjacent number in the Fibonacci series. (23.6, 38.2, 61.8, 100)

    Example- 23.6/38.2=0.618;  38.2/61.8=0.618; 61.8/100=61.8

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     canute 
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    Golden Mean is the ratio between two adjacent number in Fibonacci series (23.6,38.2,61.8,100), by dividing any two numbers we will arrive at 61.8%.

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     Ranjani Arumugam 
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    <p style=”text-align: center;”>There is a ratio which can be used to describe the propotions of every body in the universe. Nature relies on this for balance.</p>
    <p style=”text-align: center;”>This is  also made use in technical analysis.</p>

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     Aravind S 
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    <span style=”color: #777777; font-family: ‘Roboto Slab’; font-size: 13px;”>In Fibonacci series the ratio between two numbers is called a Golden mean or ratio, i.e. 23.6, 38.2, 61.8, 100. Dividing any two numbers we will probably get 61.8 and hence it is called golden mean.</span>

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     Denis 
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    Fibonacci series numbers obtain by adding the previous two numbers starting with 1,1 then 2,3,5,8,13,21 to infinity
    The higher you go in Fibonacci sequence closer the result 1.61

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