Fractals & Iterated Functions (by @divyav99)

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The fractals lessons, especially when we designed the fractals in groups was rather enjoyable. Starting off with a single equilateral triangle and bisecting it over and over again to achieve not only countless triangles but also intriguing patterns was quite amazing.

When we started learning about Iterated Functions it was hard to believe that complex mathematical equations as such lead to form such beautiful fractals as illustrated in the graph at the end, the ‘Mandelbrot Set’. Exploring into bounded and unbounded sequences and how they relate to one another was confusing but also pretty cool. As well as this, learning about imaginary numbers and real numbers was interesting as I would have not thought that imaginary numbers could be used in such ways to produce equations and in the end an astonishing graph.

#exploremaths

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