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Course: EXAM 170, Fall 2009
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the Consider fractal which has approximations defined as follows: The first stage of the approximation is a line of length 1 The n+1st stage is obtained from the nth stage by replacing every line segment by the following: Where every line segment on the right hand side has length 1/3. The first 3 approximations to the fractal are: 13) What is the length of the 4th stage of the approximation? 14) What is the...

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