The
Sierpinski Triangle is a simple
example of a fractal and
provides a rich avenue into the
world of fractals.
The
Triangle can be generated by
what is known as the chaos game
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more information or **
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PowerPoint introduction
This
can be modelled using a
spreadsheet - Click here for **
Version 1** **
Version 2**
For an
online Applet allowing you to
weight the probabilities or
change the number of vertices -
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The
Sierpinski Triangle can
amazingly be generated from
Pascal's Triangle by colouring
in all the odd numbers - **
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spreadsheet model
Explore
what happens if you colour all
multiples of 3? or 5? or 7? ...
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Triangle
Applet**
These Think
Maths worksheets have all the
instructions and printable nets
required to build 3D fractals,
both a Menger Sponge and a
Sierpinski Tetrahedron. They
work fine on A4 plain paper, but
when printed on A3 card, they
can result in some truly
impressive structures -
Original Link -
Alternative Link
The graph
of all moves for Tower of Hanoi
with 3 discs. Sierpinski's
Triangle - **
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