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LivMS Event:

* *Date:* 17 May, 2023
* *Time:* 17:00
* *Presenter:* Damian Haigh
* *Title:* Phi, phyllotaxis and Fibonacci
* *Audience:* Year 11 up, and all those interested in mathematics
* *Venue:* Lecture Theatre 4, South Campus Teaching Hub, University of Liverpool, 140 Chatham St, Liverpool L7 7BA (close to the intersection with Myrtle Street) and online
* *Registration:* Via Eventbrite,

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The South Campus Teaching Hub is also Building 120 on the university's campus map available from

* *Contact:* Peter Giblin
In this talk Damian will explore the links between Fibonacci’s sequence and the golden ratio, and the irrational but clever way in which some plants grow. The talk will take in some history, some continued fractions, some geometry and some algebra.


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