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A~B
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B~F
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C~E
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D~A
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This will only iterate 1/4 of the rectangle so in order to iterate the fourth above it you must open a new map and reverse the order of the points just selected.  
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A~B~A
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B~F~E
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C~E~F
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D~A~B
 
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Revision as of 13:02, 21 March 2012

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Controlled Blue Wash Fractal
Screen shot 2012-03-21 at 1.50.20 PM.png
Fields: Algebra, Geometry, and Fractals
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Controlled Blue Wash Fractal

Different steps taken to control the Blue Wash Fractal on GSP. My goal was to iterate the rectangle so that it divides in half horizontally the first time and in half vertically the second time and so on.


Basic Description

Inorder to iterate the rectangle on GSP I used this guide.

A~B B~F C~E D~A This will only iterate 1/4 of the rectangle so in order to iterate the fourth above it you must open a new map and reverse the order of the points just selected. A~B~A B~F~E C~E~F D~A~B





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