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Monday, June 05, 2006 

Fractals

hi everyone,
This scribe is for Monday, june/05/06. We had only one class and the subject that was taught is about fractals.
We started off with the following diagram.

Fractal:A mathematically generated pattern that is reproducible at any magnification or reduction.

In this diagram the green square is twice as big as the blue one. And the blue one is twice as big as fuchsia and so on........ .
The question is wether these triangles ever pass the edges of the paper.
Answer: If we go to infinity it will cross the paper.
And a sequence is created by the following formula.
(n-1)
tn=t1(r)
(n-1)
tn=8(1/2)
Area
64+32+16+8+2+1/2
It is a geometric sequence they have common difference. Some times the first number in this case 64 does not fit the sequence so we start with second number 32.
u(1,100)store in (L1)
HOME WORK IS ON THE BLOG
Next scribe: Nikki (if not avaiblable then shane)




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