Application Activity: FractalsThis activity will introduce you to the beauty and practical applications of fractals.Please watch Arthur C Clarke’s video on Fractals and kindly respond to the following questions. (You may find the document Fractal Pack 1 useful in understanding fractals useful). Please also see rubric below.1. According to Michael Barnsley, the Mandelbrot Set exists and is touchable. True or False?2. Why does Arthur Clarke believe the Mandelbrot Set is remarkable and outstanding? (Minimum one complete sentence.)3. What was Benoit Mandelbrot and Ian Stewart’s arguments about simple formulas? What connections do these arguments have with the Mandelbrot Set? (Minimum three sentences.)4. Who said “clouds are not made with straight edges”?5. Fractal geometry is already being applied particularly to the physical sciences. Please provide two examples illustrating the way fractal geometry is used in a real-life context. Be sure to describe the way in which fractal geometry is being used. (Minimum one paragraph, five complete sentences.)6. Benoit believes that he didn’t invent the Mandelbrot set. Are complex numbers invented or discovered? Whichever position you take, please research from reputable sources how complex numbers came about and make sure to include views that support both sides of the argument in your response. Remember to cite your sources.(Minimum two paragraphs, five complete sentences each.)Rubric● In addition to the assigned points, your writing must follow proper rules of grammar and mechanics of writing. It must also comply with APA requirements especially referencing and citation.● For #6, do not only provide your opinion. You must examine and discuss both sides of the argument and what it means for something to be invented or discovered for full credit.● You must cite your sources and answer questions in detail to receive full credit. Just an answer without any explanation or citation is worth 0 points. To err on the side of caution here, if unsure, please touch base with your instructor.