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CWSF 2010 - Peterborough, Ontario

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Biography
I have always been a problem solver, even before I could remember. My hobbies range from reading to math, puzzles to poetry and music, building models to stamp collecting, ping pong and baseball. At school, I affiliate in the debate club, math club, science teams and engineering club. Most of all, I am a thinker and a worker.

Steven Zheng


A Statistical Approach to the Applications of Fractal Geometry
Division:Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Category:Intermediate
Region:Greater Vancouver
City:Richmond, BC
School:R C Palmer Secondary
Abstract:I wanted to find an automatic method to calculate the area, volume or numerical value to evaluate and analyze natural patterns. Most importantly, I want to apply this method to science. The method was derived from geometric progression but modified so that it includes the value of the original shape of a fractal set. By applying the formulaA_T=k (1 a[1-r^I ]/(1-r)) and other variants.

Awards Value
Discovery Channel Math Award
Sponsor: Discovery Channel
$750.00
Total$750.00