# Mandelbrot Set Area

The Mandelbrot set also known as Mandelbrot Fractal is the set of complex numbers for which the sequence does not have infinity. For example ( c, c² + c, (c²+c)² + c, ((c²+c)²+c)² + c, (((c²+c)²+c)²+c)² + c, ...). As of October 2012, the area of the Mandelbrot is estimated to be 1.5065918849 ± 0.0000000028. The Mandelbrot set is named after the mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot. The Mandelbrot set area is computed using the following formula. ## Area of the Mandelbrot Fractal

Constant Name

Area of The Mandelbrot Fractal

Symbol : γ

Value : 1.5065918849 ± 0.0000000028

The Mandelbrot set also known as Mandelbrot Fractal is the set of complex numbers for which the sequence does not have infinity. For example ( c, c² + c, (c²+c)² + c, ((c²+c)²+c)² + c, (((c²+c)²+c)²+c)² + c, ...). As of October 2012, the area of the Mandelbrot is estimated to be 1.5065918849 ± 0.0000000028. The Mandelbrot set is named after the mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot. The Mandelbrot set area is computed using the following formula. 