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Fractal Dimension of the Sierpinski Triangle
This assignment was created by Marjorie Kindle of Yankton High School, Yankton, South Dakota. It leads the student through the process of computing the dimension of a set, and applies this knowledge to computing the (non-integral) dimension of the Sierpinski Triangle.
Course: Calculus, Geometry
Date Last Modified:
July 25, 2004
College General Ed
Familiarity with fractal, logarithms, and limits.
Students will understand the procedure for calculating the dimension of a set and realize that this calculation may produce a non-integral result.
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