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Koch Anti-Snowflake Fractal

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Brianna Talmadge

on 11 February 2015

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Transcript of Koch Anti-Snowflake Fractal

A Fractal is a curve, or geometric shape. Each has the same statistical character together. Fractals are used in modeling structures such as snowflakes. What is unique about fractals, is that they have alike patterns that recur in random or chaotic phenomena like galaxy formation and crystal growth.

The Koch snowflake (AKA Koch star/island) is a mathematical curve, and one of the first untimely fractal curves recounted.
The Koch snowflake, is seen of course, in snowflakes. If you go outside while it is snowing, and watch the snowflakes fall on your jacket, when you look very closely you can see many unique patterns applied to each snowflake.
The two most famous fractals are the
Sierpinski Gasket

and the

von Koch snowflake
The Koch snowflake, can go on and on and every time you looked at a part of the shape, it would look exactly the same as the entire figure itself, minus the scale. For example, take an equilateral triangle, then put two more triangles on two sides of it. Then keep going and going. That is a fractal, and it looks exactly the same as the beginning figure.
How is the Koch Anti-Snowflake Made?
A Crash Course
Koch Anti Snowflake
Koch Anti-Snowflake Fractal
Michael Kormishkin
Brianna Talmadge
What is a Fractal?
What is the Koch
Anti-Snowflake Fractal?
Where is the Koch Snowflake seen in the real world?
What are other Examples of Fractals?
How is it Structured?
Here is a gif....
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