Why study fractals? Making fractals
Fractal Properties
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Here's another look at the fractal after 4 paper-folds, what the book calls the First Iteration.
Take the fractal you made and fold it back together as before, then fold once more, five times in all. Unfold and compare to the Second Iteration below. |
But of course, you can't fold the paper 50 times, so you let the computer take over the paper-folding process. A computer can't fold paper!?! No, but it can simulate the process.
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