via Wikipedia: The Koch snowflake can be constructed by starting with an equilateral triangle, then recursively altering each line segment as follows:
After one iteration of this process, the resulting shape is the outline of a hexagram.
The Koch snowflake is the limit approached as the above steps are followed over and over again. The Koch curve originally described by Koch is constructed with only one of the three sides of the original triangle. In other words, three Koch curves make a Koch snowflake.
- divide the line segment into three segments of equal length.
- draw an equilateral triangle that has the middle segment from step 1 as its base and points outward.
- remove the line segment that is the base of the triangle from step 2.
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