...when you look very closely most of the black grains the shape inside is hexagon.You may notice that it looks like.

**The pattern repeats itself to a smaller and smaller size. Therefore, when we magnify a portion of a geometric fractal, it looks exactly like the original. The fern is one of the best examples of this.**

Nature offers us the beauty of mathematics in itself. Fractal geometry is also known as the geometry of nature. Speaking of snowflakes, let's talk about fractal geometry.

Fractal Geometry

**The pattern repeats itself to a smaller and smaller size. Therefore, when we magnify a portion of a geometric fractal, it looks exactly like the original. The fern is one of the best examples of this.**

**broccoli**

leaf

**purple cabbage**

FIBONACCI

*When we look at a tree, we are actually looking at a mathematical beauty. Plants and trees follow the Fibonacci sequence. Each number in the Fibonacci sequence is equal to the sum of the two numbers before it. For example: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,… In order to detect the Fibonacci sequence in a tree, we need to calculate the number of leaves in the direction of a selected leaf, with the number of turns until a new leaf is encountered.*

**Sunflower**

Whirlpool

Sea shell

Spiral Aloe vera

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ASTRONOMY

- planets are spherical in shape

- their orbits are eliptical

- planets are spherical in shape

- their orbits are eliptical

PHYSICS

- lences has geometric shapes

- we use geometry in calculating forces

- lences has geometric shapes

- we use geometry in calculating forces

BIOLOGY

- symetry in nature

- golden section found in nature

- symetry in nature

- golden section found in nature

ENGINEERING

- circles

- circles

CHEMISTRY

**About geometry in chemistry you can see in the video.**

Geology is broadly the study of the Earth and other planets, moons and smaller planetary bodies. Fields of geology range from the initial formation and differentiation of the Earth to modern surface processes, such as erosion, and soil formation, and include Earth systen history and the evolution of life.