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The Hidden Numeric Codes in Nature & Magic Numbers

Science Communication
Event Date | 2023/03/15 Address | Changhua County

Basic science is the driving force behind sustainable development, and mathematics is the mother of science. Mathematics is everywhere in our lives. Let's discover the hidden numerical codes in nature and derive the famous Fibonacci sequence and the golden ratio through today's activity. In addition, we will use a \guess the birthday\ mathematical magic trick to guide everyone to discover the mathematical rules behind the magic and deduce the conversion from the commonly used decimal counting system to the binary counting system.

Activity Goals aligned with SDGs Projects

Goal 4: Quality education


Science Cultivation

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Chung Hwa University of Medical Technology - Department of Optometry

Event Audience

Junior high and elementary school students as well as other individuals who are interested in science.


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Introduce IYBSSD (Basic Science Promoting Sustainable Development International) and SDGS, and find digital passwords in nature through mathematical inquiry activities (Farbonic Number/Fili Number) Students derive the rules of the 2nd position counting system.

The event was divided into two lessons. The first lesson is to introduce this United Nations activity through the official PPT of IYBSSD TAIWAN, including the 17 o'clock SDGS, and the association of basic science with this 17 o'clock SDGS to help students have "scientific equality, scientific enlightenment, national participation in IYBSSD, The four demands of connecting international "have basic concepts and cognitions. Through mathematical inquiry activities, students can allow students to observe the digital passwords in nature, and find that the Ferbaracci ranked/Ferrisiac number column, and derives the gold rate (golden segmentation), and then applies to the Anonymity of Nautilus. Sectional map; then use six special digital cards to guess 1-63 mathematical magic, leading students to derive the rules of the 2nd position counting system.

Number of Participants32

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