Study guides

☆☆

Q: Is the Koch Snowflake a fractal?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

It is a fractal: each enlargement of the snowflake is an identical image.

Technically, you can't. The Koch snowflake is self-similar. So the perimeter is infinity.

A fractal by definition is actually a curve that has infinite length, like the Koch snowflake and Cantor set, to name a few.

Either the koch snowflake or the Sierpinski triangle

The Koch curve was first described in 1904.

1904

Probably fractal geometry.

you find the area of a koch snowflake using z=(n-1)x/3

For a fixed area, the perimeter is minimum for a circle, but has no maximum. Fractal figures (such as Koch snowflake) may have a finite area within an infinite perimeter.

Yes.

My computer aided design software uses fractal units to make a representation of a snowflake.

an infinite number.

People also asked