Assuming that we could interpret the imaginary axis in the complex plane as the output of a relation, how would we find the equation of the curve that bounds the main cardioid of the M-set? Is there a way to find the equation of the main cardioid on a "minibrot" (e.g. if I zoom in on the fractal very deeply and find another quasi-similar M-set)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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