Iterating Fractals

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Iterating Fractals

Fractals are on the cutting edge of mathematics because deep exploration of their properties was not possible without modern technology. Basically, a fractal is a geometric shape that is self-similar, meaning that the shape can be split into parts that represent the whole, by using iterating equations. This experiment will use computers to examine how the famous Mandelbrot set can be manipulated in fractals.

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Auteur Barry Eitel

Catégories 16-18 ans, 14-16 ans, Fiche pour imprimer, Expérimentation/Travaux pratiques, Mathématiques, Science Fair - Education, Anglais add

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Date de publication 27 / 08 / 2020

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