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    Kock Snowflake Problem

    The koch snowflake has a finite area, and an infinite perimeter. I have to use sequences or series to show that the area is finite and the perimieter is infinite. Help me. thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freemymind View Post
    The koch snowflake has a finite area, and an infinite perimeter. I have to use sequences or series to show that the area is finite and the perimieter is infinite. Help me. thank you.
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