# Sequence Fractals Part I #8

$z^2+c+s_i$
si = 1, -1, 1, -1, …
Center:-0.02465+0.495512i , Zoom = 1000

Now zoom into the feature in the upper left of yesterday’s image Sequence Fractals Part I #7. This c value hosts a three-cycle. $f(f(f(z_0,c),c),c)=z_0\ and\ f(z_0,c) \ne z_0$ . The left side of the first equation in the definition is a degree 32 polynomial. Take away the two fixed points and we expect to find 30 c values that host three cycles.

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