The ISO 216 standard ratio is cos(45°), but American letter paper is 8.5x11 because it uses radians, and 11/8.5 = pi/4.
@Kayda, bless you
Does anyone else ever wonder if this app's day's are numbered? That one day the app either will never update again or get stuck loading and that'll be that?
@Dangerous Dan Spivey, we have an unofficial discord server for that reason. We fear the sinking ship and throw out the lifeline (invite code) every so often to save any who wish to still be in the community if the app really does sink. i prsy that day never comes but im grateful for those ive met in the server
@PunnyBaker, I probably should jump on the discord but I just don’t have my password
@Dangerous Dan Spivey, it is a year today since the last update and that concerns me deeply
@PunnyBaker, I'll take a buoy if you got one
@PunnyBaker, Please give me the numbers, I need the numbers.
@Dangerous Dan Spivey, yes
@PunnyBaker, if you have the invite code would you mind sharing?
here ya go bb. It expires in 24hrs
@WhiteR, here ya go bb. It expires in 24hrs
@Dayshift, here ya go bb. It expires in 24hrs
Why would this annoy a mathematician?
@unknownjanitor, because you touch yourself at night.
@unknownjanitor, because that picture isn't actually using the golden ratio.
@Tentastic, oh...because I know fairly little about the golden ratio but a decent amount about Fibonacci, because that is the Fibonacci spiral so I'm still not sure why a mathematician would be upset here?
@unknownjanitor, Because that isn't a real Fibonaci spiral.
The fibanaci spiral uses the golden ratio, but this image uses a ratio of 2.
It's like someone drawing a nonsquare rectangle and saying "look it's a square"
I don’t get it
@eleven, it’s unclear why it would annoy anyone
They forgot to say it also annoys the British
Not taking math classes is finally paying off