If you take a regular tetrahedron and keep the angles at one vertex unchanged but change the lengths from the vertex to any three successive terms of the Fibonacci series you will find the new fourth face to have one side of a pentagon and the two internal diagonals.
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A tetrahedron relating the Fibonacci to a pentagon

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