# Make & Share Your Fractals - Get Ideas & Inspiration Here

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• ProfuselyQuarky
In summary, the conversation revolved around the topic of fractals, with the participants expressing their love for creating, looking at, and using fractals as a form of art. They also discussed their experiences with creating various types of fractals, such as Julia and Pascal's fractals, using different tools like graphing calculators. Some participants mentioned their interest in studying mathematics in the future, while others shared examples of their favorite fractals. The conversation ended with one participant sharing their own fractal creations to add more "fractal-y" elements to the discussion.

#### ProfuselyQuarky

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Fractals! Fractals are great . . . . I like making them and looking at them and using them. They are really art in every way. I was just wondering if anyone else here made fractals, too. Do you have any of your favorite examples of fractals? I’m going to be doing something for a little project and I need a lot of fractals!

Post fractals you have made, and the equations and parameters for them (only if you know). If they require an explanation, just shoot.

Julia fractals are really nice :)

ProfuselyQuarky
Math_QED said:
Julia fractals are really nice :)
Yes, there are so many different kinds of Julia fractals, too, of course. Have you made any?

Maybe I'm the only one who does. Gosh, I really am quarky!

ProfuselyQuarky said:
Yes, there are so many different kinds of Julia fractals, too, of course. Have you made any?

Maybe I'm the only one who does. Gosh, I really am quarky!

I'm still at high school but we had a course at university (not a real mathematic course) and we programmed some fractals using our graphing calculators. We made some Julia fractals, but also Pascal's fractal using our calculator. It was a lovely experience!

ProfuselyQuarky
Math_QED said:
I'm still at high school but we had a course at university (not a real mathematic course) and we programmed some fractals using our graphing calculators. We made some Julia fractals, but also Pascal's fractal using our calculator. It was a lovely experience!
I'm still in high school, too

ProfuselyQuarky said:
I'm still in high school, too

What will you be studying when you finish high school?

Math_QED said:
What will you be studying next year?
Calculus, chemistry, maybe statistics if "they" allow me.

ANYWAY . . . here's some fractals to make this place more fractal-y . . .

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