> Well, reading other people's response, I'm not sure why you say you > cannot discuss fractals without logarthms. It sure sounds like > investigations of fractals can serve the purpose of intellectual > development of students. I wonder what you meant by "discuss." I wonder > if you were thinking of "discussion" at much more sophisticated levels.
What remains from fractals if you discuss them with people who don't know logarithms ? Rorschach-like blots ? Small children can produce them in quantities. By `discuss' I mean at least formulate their mathematical properties. I thought `fractals' mean that they have non-integer fractal dimension. Please, remember its definition. Andrei