4 edition of **Fractals for the classroom** found in the catalog.

Fractals for the classroom

- 19 Want to read
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Published
**1991**
by Springer in New York
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Written in English

- Fractals -- Problems, exercises, etc.

**Edition Notes**

Description based on: v. 3, copyrighted 1999.

Statement | Heinz-Otto Peitgen ... [et al.]. |

Genre | Problems, exercises, etc. |

Contributions | Peitgen, Heinz-Otto, 1945-, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA614.86 .F724 1999 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | v. <3 > : |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL19291170M |

ISBN 10 | 0387984208 |

LC Control Number | 2003535060 |

Fractals and chaos books This page discusses some of the books on fractals and chaos that I've found most useful. M. Barnsley, Fractals Everywhere, Academic Press Inc., This is an excellent text book on fractals. This is probably the best book for learning about the math underpinning fractals. It is also a good source for new fractal types. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: Joan Adler.

Buy Fractals for the Classroom: Part One: Introduction to Fractals and Chaos by Peitgen, Heinz-Otto, Jürgens, Hartmut, Saupe, Dietmar, Hösselbarth, C /5(4). "Complemented by strategic classroom activities, which come in several volumes, co-authored by Evan Maletsky, Terence H. Perciante, and Lee E. Yunker"--Pref Pt. 1 accompanied by 9 slides (col.) Pt. v. 3: published in cooperation with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Includes bibliographical references and indexes pt. :

This second volume of strategic classroom activities is designed to develop, through a hands-on approach, a deeper mathematical understanding and greater appreciation of fractals and chaos. The concepts presented include iteration, chaos, and the Mandelbrot set/5(3). Fractals Part III. This is the last of three activities that explore the construction and visualisation of fractals.. Although arising from simple processes, fractals exhibit infinite complexity, and exist at the nexus of mathematics, nature, and art. No matter how closely you look at a fractal, however much you zoom in, they remain equally complex (i.e. bumpy).

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Fractals for the Classroom breaks new ground as it brings an exciting branch of mathematics into the classroom. The book is a collection of independent chapters on the major concepts related to the science and mathematics of by: Fractals for the Classroom breaks new ground as it brings an exciting branch of mathematics into the classroom.

The book is a collection of independent chapters on the major concepts related to the science and mathematics of fractals/5(11). "Chaos and Fractals: New Frontiers of Science is an amazing introduction to the ideas of fractal geometry and chaotic dynamics.

The authors have done a tremendous job in explaining quite difficult concepts in an elegant and simple way. I enjoyed this book tremendously – the authors have put in a tremendous amount of work in making a Cited by: Fractals for the Classroom breaks new ground as it brings an exciting branch of mathematics into the classroom.

The book is a collection of independent chapters on the major concepts related to the science and mathematics of fractals.

Written at. Fractals provide a setting wherein students can enjoy hands-on experiences that involve important mathematical content connected to a wide range of physical and social phenomena.

The The same factors that motivated the writing of our first volume of strategic activities on fractals continued to encourage the assembly of additional activities /5(3). Fractals for the Classroom breaks new ground as it brings an exciting branch of mathematics into the classroom.

The book is a collection of independent chapters on the major concepts related to the science and mathematics of fractals. The book is a collection of independent chapters on the major concepts related to the science and mathematics of fractals.

Written at the mathematical level of an advanced secondary student, Fractals for the Classroom includes many fascinating insights for the classroom teacher and integrates illustrations from a wide variety of applications.

Fractals for the Classroom breaks new ground as it brings an exciting branch of mathematics into the classroom. The book is a collection of independent chapters on the major concepts related to the science and mathematics of fractals. Written at the mathematical level of an advanced secondary student, Fractals for the Classroom includes many fascinating insights for the.

Fractals for the Classroom breaks new ground as it brings an exciting branch of mathematics into the classroom. The book is a collection of independent chapters on the major concepts related to the science and mathematics of fractals.

Written at the mathematical level of an advanced secondary student, Fractals for the Classroom includes many /5(3). Fractals for the Classroom is not a textbook.

It breaks new ground as it brings an exciting branch of current mathematics into the classrooom. This book, which comes in two parts, is a collection of largely independent chapters on the major concepts related to the science and mathematics of fractals and chaos.

Written by the award winning authors of Chaos and Fractals (), this work introduces the reader to iterated function systems through a lively, interactive approach. : Fractals for the Classroom: Strategic Activities Volume One () by Peitgen, Heinz-Otto and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(2).

Written by the award winning authors of Chaos and Fractals (), this work introduces the reader to iterated function systems through a lively, interactive approach.

This well-written, clearly illustrated book explores the history and the unlimited potential of fractals, while developing a basic mathematical understanding and appreciation for the topics. The book is a collection of independent chapters on the major concepts related to the science and mathematics of fractals.

Written at the mathematical level of an advanced secondary student, Fractals for the Classroom includes many fascinating insights for the classroom teacher and integrates illustrations from a wide variety of applications /5(2).

Some Reasons for the Effectiveness of Fractals in Mathematics Education Benoit B. Mandelbrot and Michael Frame Short is the distance between the elementary and the most so-phisticated results, which brings rank beginners close to cer-tain current concerns of the specialists.

There is a host of simple observations that everyone can appreciate File Size: 1MB. Fractals for the Classroom: Part Two: Complex Systems and Mandelbrot Set by Heinz-Otto Peitgen, Hartmut J?rgens, Dietmar Saupe and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Product Information.

Fractals for the Classroombreaks new ground as it brings an exciting branch of mathematics into the classroom. The book is a collection of independent chapters on the major concepts related to the science and mathematics of fractals. Each class had great questions about fractals — they were certainly a smart group of students.

After reading the book Sarah led them through a fractal activity, one that she and Julie Owen will be presenting at the Fay B Kaigler Children’s Book Festival in Hattiesburg, MS on April The classes had great fun with the project, and we found.

Fractals have three main characteristics. First, they are self-similar shapes. This means that small parts of the shape are similar to the larger shape.

Second, fractals are formed by the infinite repetition of a mathematical process: each individual repetition of. I recommend all books by Heinz Peitgen * The Beauty of Fractals, Springer, Heidelberg, (with P. Richter) * The Science of Fractal Images, Springer Verlag, Tokyo, Springer, New York, (with D.

Saupe) * Newton's Method and Dynamical Syst. 3. Fractals, Graphics, and Mathematics Educations, by Benoit B. Mandelbrot 4. Mathematics and Society in the 20th Century, by Benoit B.

Mandelbrot. Classroom Experiences 5. Teaching Fractals and Dynamical Systems at The Hotchkiss School, by Melkana Brakalova & David Coughlin 6. Reflecting on Wada Basins: Some Fractals with a Twist, by Dane Camp 7.

Purchase Fractals in Physics - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1.Fractals for the Classroom: Strategic Activities Volume Two by Heinz-Otto Peitgen and Hartmut Jurgens and Dietmar Saupe Overview - This second volume of strategic classroom activities is designed to develop, through a hands-on approach, a deeper mathematical understanding and greater appreciation of fractals and chaos.