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September 7, 2019

What if Fibonacci had a Torus?

Fibonacci Number matrix is closely related to Fibonacci numbers (no wonder)! They have a curious power to create curves on a torus. Welcome to the adventure!

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One comment on “What if Fibonacci had a Torus?”

  1. The vector which keeps itself constant is (1,-(√5+1)/2) and also (1,(√5-1)/2). I suppose it all comes as phi has a continued fraction which repeats. As all the lattice create a subgroup of R^2 which is normally called z^2 by considering a quotient group R^2/z^2.
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