This program graphs Sierpinski’s Triangle. Sierpinski’s triangle is the locus of points that is generated when starting with a point and randomly drawing another point halfway to the corner of an equilateral triangle, over and over again. The result should look like a number of triangles inside of each other. The program also contains an explanation of a similar math function using Pascal’s Triangle. It also allows the user to save the graph during the graphing process as it takes some time to generate the entire triangle.
|Title:||Graphing Sierpinski’s Triangle|
|Requirements:||Requires the ti-89 calculator.
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|Brief Description:||TI-89 graphing calculator program for graphing Sierpinski’s triangle.|
|Keywords:||Program, Graphing, ti-89, Calculator Graphing, Sierpinski’s, Triangle|