# Labeling

# Section 4. Fractals

**How to Label Waves and Subwaves**

To distinguish waves and subwaves of different sizes or *degrees *and correctly identify their relation to each other we use different letters to label them.

The smallest waves are labelled **“a”**, **“b”** and **“c”**.

Waves labelled **“a”**, **“b”** and **“c” **form waves** “i”, “ii”, “iii”, “iv” and “v”.**

Bigger waves are labelled **“(a)”**, **“(b)”** and **“(c)”**. Each of them is subdivided into waves** “i”, “ii”, “iii”, “iv” and “v”.**

Wave labelled as **“(a)”** is always a wave of a larger size or *degree *in comparison to wave **“a”**.

Waves labelled **“(a)”**, **“(b)”** and **“(c)” **form each of waves** “(i)”, “(ii)”, (iii)”, “(iv)” and “(v)”.**

Waves** “(i)”, “(ii)”, (iii)”, “(iv)” and “(v)” **are of larger degree in comparison to smaller waves**“i”, “ii”, “iii”, “iv” and “v”.**

Waves** “(i)”, “(ii)”, (iii)”, “(iv)” **and **“(v)” **form larger waves** “A” **and **“C”, **parts of the** “A-B-C” **fractal**. **Wave **“B” **of the** A-B-C **fractal is subdivided into waves of a smaller degree labelled as** “(a)”, “(b)” **and **“(c)”.**

Waves labelled** “A”, “B” **and **“C” **form each of waves** “1”, “2”, “3”, “4” **and **“5”. **

Waves** “1”, “2”, “3”, “4” **and **“5”** form bigger waves **“(A)” **and **“(C)”, **parts of the** (A)-(B)-(C) **fractal. Wave** “(B)” **of that larger** (A)-(B)-(C) **fractal is subdivided into waves labelled as **“A”, “B” **and **“C”.**

- Introduction to Section 4.
- How small A-B-C and Five Up fractals become parts of similar bigger fractals.
- Bigger fractals are just combinations of smaller size fractals.
- How Waves are subdivided into subwaves.
- What You Should Remember about Fractals.
- How to Label Waves and Subwaves.
- Impulsive vs Corrective Waves.

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