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A logarithmic spiral, frequently seen in natural phenomena and called spira mirabilis by Jacob Bernoulli in the 17th....

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A logarithmic spiral, frequently seen in natural phenomena and called spira mirabilis by Jacob Bernoulli in the 17th century, is characterised by what?

posted Jan 19 by Madhavi Latha

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Its shape stays the same as its size increases
Distances between the turnings in a logarithmic spiral increase in geometric progression. Examples of the spiral include nautilus shells, weather systems such as hurricanes, and spiral galaxies.

answer 6 days ago by Pankaj Deshmukh
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