Yeah there are some examples with a picture of a TV show which has a TV inside it, and on the screen of that is the TV show with a TV inside it.... And I had some textbooks where the cover had a student reading a book which was the textbook, and on the cover of that was a student reading the textbook...
Here is a heart (I keep running out ) @FearlessPhoenix and another I am heading off now
Yeah it is! (I personally find that this can get a bit disorientating but there are videos of "Mandelbrot set zoom" which are much more of the "hypnotising" sort) And yep it keeps repeating itself...
aw I see this feels rather confusing hmm I meant for these to be accessible and for everyone to jump into, (so this one didn't have any explanations) but I see it can still be confusing!
(And I actually thought that I'd made around that many topics so I went to check but it was only 4 or so! )
Oooh I am excited too! (I am hoping of making a follow-up topic to this where I go more into how I recently learnt about these.) And I see you must be talking about the triangle I hadn't thought much about working out its area!
Wow you are doing fractals in class and yep the first one is the Koch curve/part of the Koch Snowflake
Ooh I had not heard about making these on paper before sounds like I'll have to check that out! I only very recently learnt more about making them in Hopscotch (which I would like to talk about too, probably in a follow-up topic )
Okay sorry for my extensive use of emojis, I am just really excited
Yeah, it's very interesting! In every fractal, the area always divergent to 0. I'm going to try to find the sequence of how it works in the triangle. Also, what's very interesting is that a completed fractal has a confined space, but an infinite perimeter!
oh i've heard of these before. they can also be neverending pictures (as i like to call them). i've heard them from a youtuber called the odd1sout comic as he said that if a farmer had infinite fence posts and he had to use all of them and make a closed shape, he would make it a fractal.