Friday, November 10, 2023

What is a Phipoet? Socrates Cafe Online TONIGHT, NOVEMBER 11.

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    1. The phi symbol is the 21st letter of the Greek alphabet, and is written as Φ or φ. In Ancient Greek, the letter phi represented the "ph" sound. In mathematics, phi is an irrational mathematical constant that is approximately 1.618. Other names for phi include:
      Golden Mean
      Extreme and Mean Ratio
      Divine Proportion
      Golden Ratio
      In computer science, phi is often used to represent the phi function, which is a mathematical function used in cryptography and number theory. The phi function is usually denoted by the symbol ϕ.


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