justanothertiramisu:

Trabajos en grupo en los CBUs D:

justanothertiramisu:

Trabajos en grupo en los CBUs D:

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4gifs:

Chinese dance contest winners. He lost his leg at age four and she lost her arm at age 19. [video]

4gifs:

Chinese dance contest winners. He lost his leg at age four and she lost her arm at age 19. [video]

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Rocking chair. via

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Rocking chair. via

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Getting a baby to eat vegetables. [video]

4gifs:

Getting a baby to eat vegetables. [video]

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The importance of angles. [video]

4gifs:

The importance of angles. [video]

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deviantart:

These deviations by *Kuitsuku definitely put a smile on our face!

silvermisery21:

Artist:

Kuitsuku

4gifs:

 Toss me one. [video]

4gifs:

 Toss me one. [video]

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 Puppy sees itself in the mirror for the first time. [video]

4gifs:

 Puppy sees itself in the mirror for the first time. [video]

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zikaliptiko:

Fractality

zikaliptiko:

Fractality

Cantor!

Cantor!

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viejospellejos:

La belleza de los Fractales

Un fractal es un objeto geométrico cuya estructura básica, fragmentada o irregular, se repite a diferentes escalas. El término fue propuesto por el matemático Benoît Mandelbrot en 1975 y deriva del Latín fractus, que significa quebrado o fracturado. Muchas estructuras naturales son de tipo fractal. La propiedad matemática clave de un objeto genuinamente fractal es que su dimensión métrica fractal es un número no entero.

Si bien el término “fractal” es reciente, los objetos hoy denominados fractales eran bien conocidos en matemáticas desde principios del siglo XX. Las maneras más comunes de determinar lo que hoy denominamos dimensión fractal fueron establecidas a principios del siglo XX en el seno de la teoría de la medida.

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