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Fractals

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Tiffany Stephens

on 29 March 2012

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Transcript of Fractals

Double click anywhere & add an idea Fractals What is a Fractal?
A term used to describe things in nature that arer irregular in shape Fractals in Nature How Are Fractlas Made? Fractal are made by useing ITERATIONS.
Iteration is a process of repeating the
same procedure over and over again. Let's start with an easy
on. _____________ ____ ____ __ __ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ This is a fractal called Cantor's Dust It's called that because
if you continue the iteration you will only be left with dust size peices of the line. The dust is made by cutting out
the middle section of each segment. Now let's look at another Fractal. The Sierpinski Triangle Start with a Triangle Draw the midsegments of the triangle and shade in the trianlge formed by them Repeat the process with the 3 remaining triangles And Again And Again
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