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Visualizing the Collatz Conjecture and Some Variants
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Repeatedly Subdividing Triangles through Special Points
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Iterations of Kaneko Map
Iterations of Strick Map
Binary Coding Functions for Generalized Logistic Maps with z-Unimodality
Disks Centered on Vertices of Regular Polygons
Repulsionhedra and the Thomson Problem
Step-by-Step Julia Sets
Iterating Affine Transforms
Fractals Generated by the Weierstrass P Function
Poincaré's Recurrence Theorem for Two States
Measuring the Perimeter of a Koch Snowflake
Random Polygon to Ellipse
Creating Self-Similar Fractals with Hutchinson Operators
Generating the Surreal Numbers
Radial Fractal Tree
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