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Project title The Golden Ratio: The power of attractionScience project video
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Our attraction to others may be rooted more in math than in a beautiful smile or pretty eyes. The Golden Ratio is a theory based on the ratio of dimensions of facial features in relation to the dimensions of the face. In this science fair project, you will determine the effects of the Golden Ratio by having participants view photographs of faces and rate their attractiveness. 

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PRE-EXPERIMENT Obtain five to eight headshots (or portraits photographs) of males and an equal number of headshots of females. The headshots should be a minimum of 5 inches by 7 inches so that you can clearly see the facial features. Sources of photographs can be: * Magazines * Internet * Your own photo collection * Photos you have taken yourself. Assign a number to each photograph (you can write the number on the back of the photo). You will use this for tracking the results of the science project. Before deciding to use the photographs, it is recommended that .....
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