The display of shrinking and displacement together has somewhat the same appearance as the shrinking by itself. In the case of shrinking without displacement, the sequence of squares converged on the origin. In this case the attractor is a point above and to the right of the origin. With shrinking the x and y values by 10% at each iteration, the squares will converge where the magnitude of the shrinkage equals the fixed displacement. That is at x=10 and y=10. For x and y less than that value, displacement exceeds shrinkage and the sequence continues.