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Folding Square II (Posted on 2012-07-25) Difficulty: 3 of 5
You have a square piece of paper and you do not know its length or width.

What is the minimum number of folds required in order for the paper to only show 1/15 of its original size, 2/15 of it's original size, 3/15 of its original size, ........, 14/15 of its original size.

Note: You do not know where one-third marks or one-fifth marks lie on this piece of paper therefore you must use folds to mark these areas. You are allowed to use folds as guides to make other folds.

No Solution Yet Submitted by K Sengupta    
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Equal intercepts (part solution)brianjn2012-07-25 21:58:43
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