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Problem
As indicated by the diagram below, a rectangular piece of paper is folded bottom to top, then left to right, and finally, a hole is punched at X. What does the paper look like when unfolded?
Solution
Solution 1
By reversing the folds, we find that the holes will be
1) In the middle (in relation from left to right)
2) At separating poles (up and down)
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Solution 2
If you unfold the paper, the hole you punched will not move. The only answer that keeps the hole in the upper-right quadrant in the same place is .
See also
1998 AJHSME (Problems • Answer Key • Resources) | ||
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Followed by Problem 19 | |
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