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Fractal Geometry

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From: Pat (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: May 03, 1999 at 19:09:00
Subject: Re: Fractal Geometry

Take a look at

http://math.bu.edu/DYSYS/chaos-game/chaos-game.html.

Professor Robert Devaney explains some ideas behind fractals including the
chaos game and the Sierpinski triangle, the most basic fractal.

There is also a video (Professor Devaney Explains the Fractal Geometry of the
Mandelbrot Set) as well as a book (Fractals: A Tool Kit of Dynamics
Activities) available from Key Curriculum Press (http://www.keypress.com/).

 -Pat, for the Teacher2Teacher service

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