Anyone know what that is up there? Melissa suggested that my granddaughter Kelsey make a circle inversion fractal for her calculus project for pi day (3-14). Of course I had no idea what that was and never took calculus since it wasn't offered in my school. I do know about pi because I did have four years of math in high school. At our school that involved Algebra I and II, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry and Trigonometry (semester of each). I had a slide rule and knew how to use it! Actually, I had two of them a regular rectangular one and a round one. Anyway, I googled "circle inversion fractal" and thought they were pretty. So now I have one on the header of my blog whatever they are. I'm not willing to try to learn that math.
Here are some others. Some of them look like jewelry, a kaleidoscope, or other pretty designs. Who knew math is involved? Well, Melissa. She's incredibly intelligent and reads physics books for pleasure. It's amazing how much stuff she knows.
I just read Mrs. Miss A's blog and noticed that she knows about fractals. Shout out to you, MMA!
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