The area, centroid and volume of revolution of the Koch curve

@article{McCartney2020TheAC,
  title={The area, centroid and volume of revolution of the Koch curve},
  author={Mark McCartney},
  journal={International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology},
  year={2020},
  volume={52},
  pages={782 - 786}
}
  • M. McCartney
  • Published 16 April 2020
  • Mathematics
  • International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology
An elementary method to calculate the area, centroid and volume of rotation of the Koch curve is presented. Classroom extensions are provided to allow students to investigate the method used. 
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