Only word I missed was "power" and I felt like Andy on that episode of "The Office" when he couldn't remember the Kit Kat jingle. I was singing every word trying to make it fit! LOL
Shocked that I even got 2 points. Thought this would be one where you either get them all and 5 points, or you get something fewer than all and 0. :-) Must be on a curve.
a curve or geometric figure, each part of which has the same statistical character as the whole. Fractals are useful in modeling structures (such as eroded coastlines or snowflakes) in which similar patterns recur at progressively smaller scales, and in describing partly random or chaotic phenomena such as crystal growth, fluid turbulence, and galaxy formation.
They're a mathematical and geometrical concept, where a shape appears the same at different scales. Think of, say, a simple tree-like shape. You start with a single line that branches into two shorter lines, then each of those lines branches into two shorter lines, then each of those lines branches into two shorter lines, and so on. No matter how much you zoom in on part of that tree, it'll look pretty much the same as the whole thing.
Of course, a true fractal would require structures that are infinitely small, but nature does have many shapes that show fractal-type features, like coastlines, circulatory systems, actual trees, and (more to the point for this quiz) snowflakes.
that's what happens when you had a frozen poster with the lyrics and wake up every morning screaming your heart out and wake up you whole neighbourhood lol
I love Disney and the music from so many of the movies...but man this song is terrible and obnoxious to me. I have never understood how it became one of the most popular Disney songs. To each his own I guess. This song just seems so lame compared to classics like Prince Ali from Aladdin, Circle of Life, Part of Your World, etc.
1) fractals
Lol wow I heard this song wayy to much
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a curve or geometric figure, each part of which has the same statistical character as the whole. Fractals are useful in modeling structures (such as eroded coastlines or snowflakes) in which similar patterns recur at progressively smaller scales, and in describing partly random or chaotic phenomena such as crystal growth, fluid turbulence, and galaxy formation.
Of course, a true fractal would require structures that are infinitely small, but nature does have many shapes that show fractal-type features, like coastlines, circulatory systems, actual trees, and (more to the point for this quiz) snowflakes.
that's what happens when you had a frozen poster with the lyrics and wake up every morning screaming your heart out and wake up you whole neighbourhood lol
good times :)