# How would you find the width of a golden rectangle if your givin the length?

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cdw2014A golden rectangle is a rectangle whose length and width follow the golden ratio (about 1:1.618). Given the length, you would divide by 1.618 to find the width. Edit: The exact value is , but 1.618 should suffice.