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If the iterations could be carried on infinitely many times, the images would approach a

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Problem 5

If the iterations could be carried on infinitely many times, the images would approach a figure called Sierpi skis carpet or Sierpi skis square. What would be the total perimeter of this figure? What would be the total area? Does the answer surprise you? (In this chapter you will encounter other surprises, such as the fact that this figure is less than two-dimensional but more than one-dimensional!)

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If the iterations could be carried on infinitely many times, the images would approach a