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Tool to search for numbers or pattern in decimal of the Golden Radio (Phi = 1.61803). Phi is a number with infinite decimal expansion.

Answers to Questions

How to find a number in Phi?

To find a precise number in the decimals of the golden ratio number (1.618...), there is no other way than to calculate them and to browse them in order. It is not possible to predict a number and its position in $ \Phi $.

Example: 8 is in position 3

dCode uses a positional notation starting at 1, so the first decimal 6 in the number Phi = 1.61803 is in position 1.

How many digits are there in Phi decimals?

There are an infinite number of decimal places in the number Phi. Computers are designed to calculate more and more each day. dCode knows the golden mean decimals until 1000000 (one million digits of phi).

Source code

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