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# Doodling in math: Dragon dungeons

Created by Vi Hart.

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• while drawing the koch snowflake, is it possible that at a certain point it would stop growing?
• No, because it is impossible for it to overlap or grow too big. It's like the fact that you will never get to 0 by dividing one by 2 again and again and again.
• Is there any way to find the area of a Koch curve?
If so, how?
If not, then is a Koch curve infinitely large? But, that is NOT possible, because it can fit into a precise area. So, is it like `pi`, where it is infinite, but will never become larger than 3.15?
Thanks!
• Sal said the x can be confusing because it can also be a variable.
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• how do they learn this type of stuff�💯�
• Is there such thing as 5D?
• Theoretically, there could be a space with any number of dimensions.
• couldn't you just dunk it in a bucket of paint and it would be completely covered in paint?
• what is 4d is it like real life or something? in a simple way i am not the brightest
• Our world has three dimensions of space and one of time.
• The hourglass looks like an eight. I don't think that would be ideal. Did anyone else notice that? Also, Vi says at , circle's area is pi * r^2, but I thought Vi hates pi and supports tau.
• Well, at least hourglasses are a lot more interesting than X. And there are some times when Vi uses pi, like her Shakespeare pi video
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• do a doodling in math for fibinachi triangles