Ford gets Complex!

    Not too complicated and just a different view of Ford’s circles and a way of morphing them along with a bit of animation. It’s a continuation of the previous post and there are two parts to it – the real bit and the imaginary part. The Real Part To start with we take fractions not between 0 and 1 but rather between -n and n. A rough and ready way is

where we take all possible pairs and reduce them. Note we allow 0 as a denominator so as to be consistent with the Farey sequence. For Read More

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