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Aperiodvent, Day 21: Sierpinski Triangles

siermathgb3Describing itself as ‘the Sierpinski Triangle page to end all Sierpinski Triangle pages‘, this webpage certainly contains an amazing amount of information, diagrams and code to study and explore the well-known equilateral fractal. It goes on forever! (The fractal, not the page – although it does seem like it might never end).

This is part of the Aperiodical Advent Calendar. We’ll be posting a new surprise for you each morning until Christmas!

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