Fractals for the Classroom: Strategic Activities Volume Three
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 26, 1999 - 107 pages
Written by the award winning authors of Chaos and Fractals (0-387-97903-4), 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.
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Page x - The mathematics curriculum should include investigation of the connections and interplay among various mathematical topics and their applications so that all students can — use and value the connections among mathematical topics; use and value the connections between mathematics and other disciplines.