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You can design a fractal with squares, that is called Sierpiński's carpet.



Exactly from the middle of a square another square is removed that is one-ninth part of the plane. This procedure is then repeated in each of the remaining eight squares. This can be repeated infinitely.



Polish mathematician Wacław Sierpiński (1882 - 1962) worked on precursors to fractals.

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