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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Ratio by The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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About the Course

Learn the mathematics behind the Fibonacci numbers, the golden ratio, and how they are related. These topics are not usually taught in a typical math curriculum, yet contain many fascinating results that are still accessible to an advanced high school student. The course culminates in an explanation of why the Fibonacci numbers appear unexpectedly in nature, such as the number of spirals in the head of a sunflower. Download the lecture notes: https://www.math.ust.hk/~machas/fibonacci.pdf Watch the promotional video: https://youtu.be/VWXeDFyB1hc...

Top reviews

JR
Jul 12, 2020

Someone has said that God created the integers; all the rest is the work of man. After seeing how the Fibonacci numbers play out in nature, I am not so sure about that. A very enjoyable course.

BH
Oct 28, 2020

Great course concept for about one of the most intriguing concepts in the mathematical world, however I found it on the difficult side especially for those who find math as a challenging topic.

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By Andrew P

Mar 4, 2021

Clear and interesting.

By Narendra P M

Jun 7, 2020

Enjoyed while learning

By Sravan G

Dec 8, 2016

great learned a lot .

By Truong Q T

Sep 27, 2020

interesting course

By KATIKANENI.TEJASRI

Jun 4, 2020

Very interesting.

By 19ec014 A S

Jun 5, 2020

good experience

By Maryam M G

Jul 26, 2020

Good and easy!

By Kowshik V E

Jan 7, 2017

Bamboozling ;D

By SOUNDARYA N

Aug 13, 2020

Good course

By narendra p

Dec 13, 2017

good course

By Ankit G

May 15, 2020

nice one

By Tarit G

Feb 12, 2019

Awesome

By Samuel D

Nov 6, 2020

GREAT

By Shabarish G

Jun 3, 2020

good

By Subhee

Mar 26, 2020

ok

By Devesh V

Jul 23, 2017

G

By Carlo

Sep 21, 2018

Disappointing course. The course is not well-structured (parts of the second part show themselves to be useful only in the third part) and somewhat anecdotal (some more maths of nature would have been welcome). The very monotonous tone of the lecturer doesn't help.

By Taeho K

Aug 25, 2017

The topic of the course is indeed interesting; however, I think the professor delivers in a way that it's hard to understand.

By sri p b r

Sep 2, 2020

Excellent

By Supantha R

Jul 18, 2020

The contents were good but the presentations were very bad.The class lecture were very boring and you should have avoid the hand written part.You could have made these lectures more digital.I felt so good about learning these things but very disappointed with your service.