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Topic: Fractals
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roitman@oberon.math.ukans.edu

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Re: Fractals
Posted: May 4, 1995 2:36 PM
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>About fractals: you cannot discuss them without logarithms.

>Andrei


I have seen fractals discussed via geometry, entirely without logarithms.
In fact I've never seen them discussed using logarithms, including the
classical abstract mathematical examples I am used to (e.g. the Cantor
set).


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