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- I am trying to comprehend the Cantor set C with a 1/n factor in base 3

Dear Everybody,

I am confused by ##1/n C##, where C is a cantor set in base 3 and ##n\geq2##. I can understand the construction of the normal Cantor set.

How do I comprehend this set with this extra condition. Do I multiply the set with ##1/n## or not?

Thanks,

Cbarker1

mentor note: adjusted latex to use double # instead of single #

I am confused by ##1/n C##, where C is a cantor set in base 3 and ##n\geq2##. I can understand the construction of the normal Cantor set.

How do I comprehend this set with this extra condition. Do I multiply the set with ##1/n## or not?

Thanks,

Cbarker1

mentor note: adjusted latex to use double # instead of single #