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Math 2.0 Day
Mathematicians take note! In the theoretical realm, mathematicians interested in weird sets are familiar with the Cantor set (a derived set of points on a line segment with interesting topological properties). Extrapolations of this set form interesting patterns, including Cantor Dust, Cantor Cubes, and the Cantor Tartan! You can create a cantor tartan by starting from a unit square and erasing the central third strip from rectangles, recursively. Then rotate a duplicate on top by 90 degrees. The Cantor Tartan has the interesting property such that any rectangle with dimensions smaller than one can be covered by the Cantor Tartan. There is even a Fractal Calculus of Functions on Cantor Tartan Spaces! 📐📏 ⚗️⚛️