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Origamic (Posted on 2003-09-23) Difficulty: 3 of 5
A rectangular sheet of paper is folded so that two diagonally opposite corners come together. The crease thus formed is as long as the longer side of the rectangle.

What is the ratio of the longer side of the rectangle to the shorter?

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  Subject Author Date
Out on a LimbRaika2005-05-22 02:16:20
SolutionSimilar TrianglesBractals2004-07-27 17:07:57
A Slight Improvement on My Last PostingGordon Steel2003-10-14 21:35:24
Corrected computationRoyCook2003-10-09 11:46:34
Solution Futher ClarifiedGordon Steel2003-10-01 14:53:04
A Correction on the SolutionGordon Steel2003-09-30 12:18:42
A Solution (I think!)Gordon Steel2003-09-30 12:06:49
SolutionSolutionRoyCook2003-09-24 10:43:15
'No Comment' should be 'Solution'Brian Smith2003-09-23 15:14:54
SolutionNo SubjectBrian Smith2003-09-23 15:13:33
SolutionSolution - I thinkSilverKnight2003-09-23 14:05:27
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