Apollonian Snowflake

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Apollonian Snowflake
Apollonian Snowflake.png
Field: Algebra
Image Created By: Me (Victor)

Apollonian Snowflake

This is still a work in progress. I have a Koch Snowflake with inscribed circles for some of the triangles.


Basic Description

The goal is to have an Apollonian Gasket in a Koch Snowflake since both fractals are endless. There will be circles within triangles, which make up the Koch Curve

A More Mathematical Explanation

Note: understanding of this explanation requires: *Fractals

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Victor has worked countless hours with this image, mastering Geometers Sketchpad along the way. The sweat and effort that he has put into this is what makes it amazing.








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