Polynomial Activity

Works depicting life as a Polynom – a curious inhabitant of Cyberspace.

eLFpolynomial A

eLFpolynomial A

eLFpolynomial B

eLFpolynomial B

eLFpolynomial C

eLFpolynomial C

Fractal Explorer Example: Newton-like fractals (3rd Newton variation 1): Z=Fn1(Z); Z=Z-(Z*Z*Z*Z°-Z*Z°-1)/(3*Z*Z*Z°): Filter Properties : X*X & Y*Y & |Z|

eLFpolynomial D

eLFpolynomial E

eLFpolynomial E

eLFpolynomial F

eLFpolynomial F

eLFpolynomial G

eLFpolynomial G

eLFpolynomial H

eLFpolynomial H

eLFpolynomial I

eLFpolynomial I

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4 Responses to Polynomial Activity

  1. Very cool math art. Love math. Love art. Combined = awesome.

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  2. The eLFonian says:

    Math Art? It’s really an eLFonian thing. 😉 Thanks for liking. Regards. eLFy

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  3. Debbie says:

    i like your polynoms eLfy…. can you please explain to us maths-deficients what is the difference between fractals and polynoms… i mean i know what a fractal is ( sort of, don’t ask me to define).. the polynoms look like they’ve been fractal-ed, to my ignorant eyes….

    thanks
    Debbie
    http://spaceshipchina.wordpress.com

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    • The eLFonian says:

      um …er … “polynoms” are from another part of Cyberspace. Normally referred to as “polynomials” (although stand back when you call them that – they are quite temperamental and don’t like being called that because it means “many” “terms” consisting of variables and coefficients). Fractals on, the other hand, are a natural phenomenon and, mathematical, exhibit a repeating pattern that displays at every scale. Phew! Regards. eLFy

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