Fractals: On the Edge of Chaos (Bloomsbury)
Friday, 26 February 2021

This illustrated guide to the chaos of the natural world and the mathematics of fractals is aimed at anyone who has ever wanted to understand the patterns in leaves or the creation of snowflakes. Oliver Linton takes a journey into the mathematics of fractals, diving into everything from coastlines to carpets to reveal some of the intriguing patterns in science and nature.



Author: Oliver Linton
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Date: February 2021
Pages: 64
ISBN: 978-1904263982
Print: 1904263984
Audience: General
Level: Introductory
Category: Mathematics


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Print: 1593278284
Kindle: B071YKRV8Q
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