Tagged: Sierpinski Triangle

Sierpinski fractals hiding in Pascal’s Triangle!

Write out the first 64 lines of Pascal’s Triangle, or better still, get a spreadsheet to do the work for you. Then colour in black all the numbers that are odd. Leave the even numbers white. What do you get? You get the famous Sierpinski Triangle fractal! You may have read my recent post The Chaos Game- a very surprising...

Sierpinski’s Triangle- fun with fractals

Today two of my classes made Sierpinski Triangles, the famous fractals, and then linked the whole class set of creations together to form a bigger Sierpinski Triangle. Check out these pictures:   It was a lovely way to spend an end-of-term maths lesson. Why not give it a go for yourself?! Download the Sierpinski’s Triangle resources from this website.