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    What is the primary factor that determines the color of a pixel in the program that draws Mandelbrot’s function? A) The colors of its four neighbors B) The escape-time algorithm C) The rotational acceleration D) The rotational velocity E) Symmetry and why?

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    1. SUROJ
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      anyone help

    2. eSpeX
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      In a Mandelbrot function, the black area is the set belonging to the function. The colored area those points that are not part of the set and the color change is attributed to the number of iterations it took to surpass the number 2. While I am not certain, I would most equate this to B, escape time algorithm.

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