Q: What is known as fractal geometry?

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Probably fractal geometry.

Mathematicians study various types of geometry, but the most common ones include Euclidean geometry, which studies flat, two-dimensional space, and three-dimensional space; and non-Euclidean geometry, which explores curved spaces such as spherical and hyperbolic geometries. Differential geometry is another branch that focuses on the study of curves and surfaces using calculus techniques, while algebraic geometry investigates geometric objects defined by algebraic equations. Finally, fractal geometry delves into the study of intricate, self-repeating geometric patterns.

Numbers are not fractal so it is not possible to answer the question.

Euclid a Greek mathematician

2698x5=13,490

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Benoit Mandelbrot

The Fractal Geometry of Nature was created in 1982.

Benoît B. Mandelbrot[ is a French mathematician, best known as the father of fractal geometry

Probably fractal geometry.

A fractal is a geometric shape that when zoomed in on, will look approximately the same as it did before. Fractal geometry is a more complex version of regular Euclidean geometry. Euclidean geometry included just circles, squares, triangles, hexagons, octagons and all other regular shapes. Fractal geometry is the study of fractals and all of its components. Fractal geometry, out of all of its other uses, is mainly used to describe every other shape possible that isn’t classified into regular Euclidean geometry. Although not many people know what a fractal is, they encounter them on a regular basis and fractals have many uses all of which are extremely overlooked by many people.

The ideas behind fractal geometry came out of work undertaken in the 19th century by mathematicians like Bernard Bolzano, Bernhard Riemann and Karl Weierstrass. They were studying functions which were continuous [everywhere] but not differentiable [almost anywhere]. The term "fractal" was first used by a modern mathematician called Benoit Mandelbrot.

Robert J. MacG Dawson has written: 'Convex and fractal geometry' -- subject(s): Convex geometry, Fractals

A point. It has zero dimensions. It has no length and no width - only a position.

Euclid was known as the Father of Geometry.

I would suggest using a 3d printer and thingiverse.

Euclid was known as the father of geometry, so no he was not known as a mother except in the blurted utterance, "Who was the mutha that invented geometry."

Euclid was known as the father of geometry, so no he was not known as a mother except in the blurted utterance, "Who was the mutha that invented geometry."