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The Koch Snowflake

Koch Snowflake

The curve shown above is a Koch Snowflake. The limit of the area of this Koch snowflake curve is 160 times the square root of 3 square units.

What is the length of the side of the equilateral triangle that was used to generate the curve?

Submit your answer to 'The Koch Snowflake'

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