figure is a golden rectangle. It is constructed from square ACDB by holding line segment OB fixed at point o and then letting point B drop down untl oB te ratio of the length to the width in the golden rectangle is called the golden ratio. Find the lengths below to arive at the golden ratio. (Let a - 2.) is called the golden ratio. Find the lengths below to arrive at the golden ratio. (Let a 2.) 2a (a) Find the length of OB. (b) Find the length of OE. OE = (c) Find the length of CE. CE = (d) Find the ratio CE EF CE EF Need Help? Read It Talk to a Tutor

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figure is a golden rectangle. It is constructed from square ACDB by holding line segment OB fixed at point o and then letting point B drop down untl oB
te ratio of the length to the width in the golden rectangle is called the golden ratio. Find the lengths below to arive at the golden ratio. (Let a - 2.)
is called the golden ratio. Find the lengths below to arrive at the golden ratio. (Let a
2.)
2a
(a) Find the length of OB.
(b) Find the length of OE.
OE =
(c) Find the length of CE.
CE =
(d) Find the ratio CE
EF
CE
EF
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figure is a golden rectangle. It is constructed from square ACDB by holding line segment OB fixed at point o and then letting point B drop down untl oB te ratio of the length to the width in the golden rectangle is called the golden ratio. Find the lengths below to arive at the golden ratio. (Let a - 2.) is called the golden ratio. Find the lengths below to arrive at the golden ratio. (Let a 2.) 2a (a) Find the length of OB. (b) Find the length of OE. OE = (c) Find the length of CE. CE = (d) Find the ratio CE EF CE EF Need Help? Read It Talk to a Tutor

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