Star Fractal and Polygon Fractal

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[size=150]Star Fractal[/size]

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[size=150]Fractal Pinwheel[/size]

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[size=150]Sierpinski Pentagon[/size]

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sierpinski_pentagon_without_central_pentagon_zpsf9297ec7


[size=150]Sierpinski Hexagon[/size]

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sierpinski_hexagon_without_central_hexagon_zps05f83ea0

https://ggbm.at/559553

https://ggbm.at/559555

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[size=150]Pythagoras Shoes[/size]

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Hi,

I have been experimenting with Pythagorean trees on GeoGebra, and would love to know how you generate them. Can you share the files please.

Thanks,

Kathryn

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Hi Kathryn,

I have been experimenting with Pythagorean trees on GeoGebra, and would love to know how you generate them.
Perhaps you can start with the following basic tool then you can refine things.

1/Draw the first square,

2/Select the tool Carre2[Point, Point] then click on two points of the square… And so on! :D

3/Enjoy! :anguished:


Cheers, :wink:

Phil

https://ggbm.at/1390983

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Hi,

I have been experimenting with Pythagorean trees on GeoGebra, and would love to know how you generate them. Can you share the files please.

Hi, please see the attached file.

https://ggbm.at/559859

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Thank you!

I have used sequences before, but not so complex. I've been trying to use random colours as well, but need to investigate that further.

K.

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I attached a GG 3.2 sample of Pythagorean tree running up to level 15


https://ggbm.at/559865

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