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comment Different geometric figures from trapezoids
I knew about the fractals such as the Sierpinski triangle (and that it can be generated by contractions, for example), but I have never heard about the jargon "rep-tiles" before. This is by itself a really beautiful world.
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comment Different geometric figures from trapezoids
I tried to edit the question in order to consider this much more interesting formulation of the problem!
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comment Could you suggest books, papers or problems that could be used as good “general” motivating examples of calculus application?
Great question! Is it an acceptable policy to ask the same question in different math forums?
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