In origami there are two ways of folding a piece of paper. The usual way is to fold the paper upwards and if unfolded the crease is called a valley fold and from the side it looks like this: \/ If the paper is folded backward instead the crease is called a mountain fold and looks like this: /\.
If you take a strip of paper and fold it in half twice (left over right) and then unfold it without flipping you will get a figure that looks something like this from the side:
/\_/
Which consists of the following sequence of folds:
/\ \/ \/
Describe the sequence of folds if the original strip of paper had been folded over 10 times and then unfolded.
Jer has asked, "
Describe the sequence of folds......"
Please note that my 'description' of 1's and 0's only reveals a pattern, which has not been tested, probably matches Dej Mar's semirevelation of humps and bumps.
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Describe the sequence of folds

Posted by brianjn
on 20060722 08:02:56 