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Deviously Simple

Koch's snowflake is awesome to look at. They look hard to make but are created from simplicity.
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Meagan Leas

on 5 February 2013

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Transcript of Deviously Simple

From something so simple... Koch's Snowflake Begin with a triangle, Then divide each side into thirds, remove the middle third and add 2 segments the same length in its place. This is many Koch's Snowflakes together. Add some color to see them all. This can get quite complex..... Continue this process for each new segment made. How many Koch's snowflakes do you see? Like this Keep this process up for as long as possible. You can create amazing things... Something so complex is formed. Remember it all began with a triangle!
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