Tips and Tricks on Paper Cutting


 


1
Imagine how the cut-out will be reflected on the other side of the paper each time it is unfolded.



2
Use logical reasoning to say how many holes or cut-outs should be on the unfolded paper. For example, if the paper is folded once and a hole is cut in it, then there will be a hole in each layer of the paper. So there will be two holes in the unfolded paper.



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Use logical reasoning to say how many holes or cut-outs should be on the unfolded paper. For example, if the paper is folded once and a hole is cut in it, then there will be a hole in each layer of the paper. So there will be two holes in the unfolded paper.


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