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Why is a mountain a fractal?
Okay Zero
It does. And if you reduce something infinitely times, what do you get?
Hi anonymnystefy;
Can you explain to me how to measure the root of a plant using fractal geometry.
Try calculating the ratio of two steps in getting the menger sponge...
Prove that the volume of the menger sponge is zero.
Hi bunman00;
Okay, you got it. After all what do Barnsley and Mandelbrot know anyway? The essence of fractals begins Isaac Newton and Arthur Cayley. Take a look at the drawing.
What is a noninteger dimension.
hi bunman00
And just to make sure a fractal is an image that has the same shape as the base when zoomed. I got that from library.thinkquest when I googled koch snowflake.
Can you explain to me how a cloud, pineapple and fern resemble fractals and how a coastline is a fractal.
Hi;
According to Benoit your brother is correct.
Yes and it is equally interesting.
The Apollonian gasket is also a nice one, but a bit less three dimensional...
Oh how disappointing. You take a photo of one and show it to me, and then it turns out it doesn't exist. That's a great camera you've got there. 