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    Precalc homework/project

    This is my homework/project...
    1.) Choose a non-zero complex number c for f(z) = z^2+ c.
    2.) Find a complex number v that is in the escape set.
    3.) Find a complex number w that is in the prisoner set.
    4.) Graph the first five iterations of both v and w and connect them with line segments.

    Can someone help with any of this? If someone could just explain even parts of it it would be amazing. Thanks!!
    Last edited by ladden; February 7th 2010 at 11:06 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladden View Post
    This is my homework/project...
    1.) Choose a non-zero complex number c for f(z) = z^2+ c.
    2.) Find a complex number v that is in the escape set.
    3.) Find a complex number w that is in the prisoner set.
    4.) Graph the first five iterations of both v and w and connect them with line segments.

    Can someone help with any of this? If someone could just explain even parts of it it would be amazing. Thanks!!
    This is probably meant to be your own work.

    Thread closed. You can discuss the closure with me via pm if I am mistaken.
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