House Fractal

November 9, 2017 Dillon Call

I named my fractal the House Fractal because I think the removed squares resemble little tiny houses with chimneys on the roofs. To create this, I removed (0,1), (1,3), and (3,1). The surface area for level one would be 13 because we started out with 16 squares total, and I removed 3 […]

Mathematically Fair Cake Cutting

October 5, 2017 Dillon Call

My group members and I originally wanted to look into Chapter 4 of¬†Things to Make and Do in the Fourth Dimension by: Matt Parker. However, we decided to switch and do our project on cutting a cube to be equal in volume no matter how many slices it is cut into. If 5 people […]

Hilbert Curve

September 4, 2017 Dillon Call

The fractal I am choosing to print is called the Hilbert Curve. According to the post on MathWorld, it was first described by David Hilbert in 1891. This curve is a variation of the Peano-curves created by Giuseppe Peano in 1890. This is a space-filling […]


August 30, 2017 Dillon Call

Hey, guys!   My name is Dillon Call, and I’m from Northern Virginia (20 miles west of DC). I’m currently a sophomore, and I’m Modern Foreign Language major with a concentration in Spanish. I currently know three languages including English, and I’m trying to learn […]