# How many times do you need to fold a piece of paper to make it reach the moon?

# Did a high-school graduate solve the paper-folding problem by folding a piece of paper twelve times?

Paper Folding...Theory? .
Think about it, a single piece of paper that is folded 12 times would end up being 2 raised to the 11th power in thickness..
It's one of those problems that seems easy, but in reality doesn't make sense. Within just a few folds, you aren't really "folding" the paper any… more, it's more like "bending" it, and besides, the original piece of paper would need to be quite large so that you could keep folding it..
IN ADDITION:.
If you fold a piece of paper 7 times, you have expended the area that you have to fold. So unless you have supernatural abilities, you cannot make more folds, if you have any more, tell me. (MORE)

# What is the height of a normal piece of paper folded in half fifty times?

Normal paper is referred to as "16-weight" which is .0032 inches thick. To figure out how thick it would be after fifty folds, you have to know how many layers there would be and multiply that number times .0032 After 1 fold you would have 2 layers, after 2 folds, 4, after 3 folds, 8 etc. In othe…r words you would end up with 2 raised to the 50th power folds. That's 2 times itself 50 times. That's a big number. In fact it comes to a whopping 1125899906842627 layers!!! Multiply that times .0032 and you find out that the paper would now be 3602879701896.397 inches thick!! Mind you that's not counting the air trapped between layers. [Interesting to know, though, is that it has been proven that no matter how big a sheet of paper is (length times width) you can only fold it up to 7 times, unless you use a sheet that's the size of a ware house and have five hours and a C.A.T Roller to flatten the paper, in which case you can get up to 11. But under human strength can you only get it to 7, which would make the paper 0032 x 2^7 or 0.4096 inches thick. Quite a difference.] P.S. The world record is 12 times wjs1632 Or you could try the correct answer. No matter how many times you fold it, a standard sheet of paper is always 11" tall. Addition Just for the record in the UK and probably across Europe the standard size of paper closest to "letter" in the US is called A4 (about 11.7" high). We used to have a size called foolscap (pronounced fullscap) which was even higher but hasn't been seen in offices for a good while. Correction A piece paper cannot be folded in half more than 7 times. Its a trick question? shut up Complete correction Britney Gallivan has solved the Paper Folding Problem. she folded a sheet of gold foil 12 times, breaking the record. The exact limit for single direction folding case was derived, based on the accumulative limiting effects induced by every fold in the folding process. Here is Britney's formula : L =(( Ï.t)/6).(2 n +4)(2 n -1) L is the minimum possible length of the material, t is material thickness, and n is the number of folds possible in one direction. L and t need to be expressed using the same units. By using this formula you can calculate how many times you can fold whatever you want. PS: If you fold a paper of 0,1mm, 40times the thickness will be the distance between the earth and the moon. So do not even try it :) (MORE)

# If you could fold a piece of paper in half 50 times how thick would it be?

In theory, that peice of paper would be thick enough to accomplishthe distance from earth to the moon. === as i said...in theory. but hypothetically it would just be a normal piece of paper that is 0.02cm thick. === Answer #2: The paper would still be the same thickness as it was before youf…olded it. But you're probably asking for the thickness of the big folded wad.Naturally, that depends on how thick the paper is before you start folding it. You haven't mentioned what kind of paper you'd like to use, so Ican't actually calculate a thickness. All I can tell you is that whatever thethickness of the paper is, the final folded form will be 2 50 =1,125,899,907,000,000 times as thick (rounded to the nearest million times). 20-lb bond, widely used for home printers, varies from about 0.0038to 0.0045 inch thick. If I use 0.004 inch for convenience, andmultiply it by the rounded number above, I get (0.004 in) x 2 50 = 4.5 x 10 12 in = 3.8 x10 11 ft = 71 million miles , rounded, or just under 298 times the distance to the moon. (That's if you're careful to squeeze out all the air between thelayers after you fold it.) (MORE)

# How many times can you fold paper?

it depends on the paper size because if u take a small paper small folds will happen and is u take big paper it will have many folds

# How do you fold a piece of paper 10 times?

Answer .
A piece of paper can be folded ten times by simply following the simple procedure in a simple way which is simply given below. .
Steps for folding a paper ten times. .
First of all take a piece of paper. .
Now, slowly make a fold in the paper. .
Press tightly to form a crease. .…
Now, move on for the second fold. .
Be patient don't be in a hurry!!!!! .
If you are in a hurry, you may commit a mistake which might make you pay a lot afterwards. So, be very careful. .
Now, it's good time for the 3rd fold. .
Ensure that the 3rd fold is done properly. .
Always make straight lines while folding. .
Now, move on with your forth fold. .
Don't think that now you can just skip the remaining procedure as you have understood what to do. Always read the warning section and the guidelines section carefully. .
Now, it's high time for your 5th fold. .
After the 5th fold, it's time for the sixth one, so don't waste time and do it sincerely. .
Now, what are you thinking of???? .
Yes, you have got it right. It's the correct time for the 7th fold.. .
Now, be careful as the real tough thing starts now. .
If you want, take physical and mental rest for 10-15 minutes as one small mistake will make everything go wrong. .
Don't sleep in between.... .
I hope you would be felling better after the rest. .
O.K. take a deep breath in and get ready for the eight fold. .
Don't panic!! .
Have hope in yourself, it is not at all hard, you can do anything and everything you wish to. .
Ninth fold is to be done now. .
Now, it's the last part of it - the tenth fold, just do it-you can do it-it's your aim and goal in life. .
Congratulations!!!!!!!!! you have done it!!!!!!!! it's party time. Don't forget to invite me. .
I knew it that you would be surely able to do it. .
Precautions and warnings:- .
Don't take a fresh paper. Take a old and used paper for the activity and try to consume less paper. In this, way you would save paper. .
After the activity, don't burn the paper. The paper can be recycled and reused. .
Don't think that it is easy and don't skip any of the steps. .
Share this with all your near and dear ones. .
Take the guidelines and help of a elder (Your parent, guardian or teacher) inn case of any doubts. .
All the Best and do well! .
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# How many times can you fold a piece of paper in half?

The myth is no matter how big the paper is, if it is folded exactly in half it cannot be folded 8 times although this has been proved wrong by many including the mythbusters.

# How many times can you fold a paper in half?

Discovery channel: Mythbusters: episode 72:Original airdate: January 24, 2007 "seven folds" It was impossible to fold a piece of letter-sized (8.5" Ã 11", 216 mm Ã 279 mm) 20 lb (75 g/mÂ²) copy paper with perpendicular folds more than seven times. The thickness of the paper grew geometri…cally with each successive fold, and after the seventh fold the paper was just too thick to fold without breaking. Breaking the rules of the challenge, Grant showed that folding a particularly thin sheet of paper in the same direction 4 times then 4 times the other way, it is possible to fold the paper 8 times. The MythBusters then laid out a football field-sized sheet of interconnected paper (170 ft Ã 220 ft, 51.8 m Ã 67.1 m), and due to the reduction of its area-to-thickness ratio (and with help from a steam roller and a forklift), were able to perpendicularly fold the paper 11 times. Other methods of folding a piece of paper (such as with alternating folds) proved able to break the fold threshold of 7 for letter-sized paper, and perpendicular folds of more than 7 are theoretically possible with thinner paper. (MORE)

# How many times can you fold a peice of paper?

It depends on size and thickness, but no mater either of these, no piece of paper can be folded more than 7 times.

# If you fold a piece of paper 50 times how thick would it be?

It depends, because the paper could be thicker than others. Answer The folded paper would be 1 x (2 50 ) times as thick as the original sheet as each fold doubles the thickness Assuming the initial paper is 1/100 of an inch thick the last fold would make a wad of paper almost 200 million miles t…hick (MORE)

# How many times can a piece of paper be folded in half?

Somewhere in the vicinity of 10 or 11, depending on how large and (more importantly) how thin the paper is.\n.
\nA lot of people claim seven. The TV show Mythbusters took a very large sheet of paper and folded it ten times to prove that was not correct.\n.
\nNote that the tenth fold is essential…ly trying to fold a ream... those thick packages you buy copier paper in at the office supply store. (MORE)

# How many times can you fold a piece of paper and why?

The answer to that question was first understood and documented and proved by a Britney Gallivan. She first had to make a definition of what a fold was (bending paper over is not true folding) Then went on to find out why paper had a limit. The answer is each time paper is folded there is less pap…er left to contribute to the next folding. A lot of complex math was reduced to the final formulas on her web site. She published the work to have it critiques by college professors and skeptics who agreed with her results. The paper is increased in thickness by double each time it is folded in half.Look the diagrams carefully at her site and you will see how the edges of folded paper are not actually contributing to the actual stacked folding. The number of times a piece of paper, or other non compressible material, is not 7 but only limited by the dimensions of the paper. She folded paper and gold in half twelve times. She was a consultant to the Mythbusters TV program that folded 17 taped sheets of paper some 11 times. (MORE)

# How many times can a piece of paper be folded?

a) It depends on paper size, and the quality of the paper. b) A piece of paper may be folded in half approximately 6-7 times consecutively, without unfolding, since the seventh fold and beyond would require bending hundreds (2^n) of layers . MythBusters managed to fold a football field s…ized piece of paper 11 times. (MORE)

# How do you fold a piece of paper in half 10 times?

In mathematical terms it is simple. In physical terms it is very difficult - for two related reasons. Having said that, there have been successful attempts. In late 2011 students from St. Mark's School in Southborough, Massachusetts succeeded in folding a paper in half 13 times. They used toilet pa…per! The paper stack doubles in size with each fold and the shape around the fold become more rounded, making it harder and harder to bend. No toilet roll is long enough to fold thirteen times, so they had to tape together lots of toilet rolls until they had a stretch more than 1 kilometre long. The final result was a 1.5-metre wide and 76-centimetre high wad comprising 8192 layers of paper. (MORE)

# How do you fold a piece of paper into a heart?

u cant really fold it into a heart but u can cut it into a heart shape! this is how : 1. draw a heart 2. fold the paper in half 3. cut the heart out 4. colour ur heart and then ur done, who ever asked this quetion its an easy answer theres another easy way 2 draw a heart this is how: 1. Draw …a heart on ur paper! hope this helped! Sorry this is my first time doing this so anyone please inprove it! thnx xxx! (MORE)

# How many times can a pieceof paper be folded in half?

You can fold a paper in half, no matter how big or thin, 8-10 times. Even orgami paper. The current record is 12 times.

# If you fold a piece of paper in half 50 times would it reach the moon?

yes the moon is 238,857 miles away whereas a piece of paper folded 50 times reaches over 200,000,000 miles so it would reach the moon (and then some) Edit: A piece of paper (lets use metric for this) is approx 0.1mm thick. Folding it 50 times will create a bundle (2^50)/10 mm thick, which is (1.12…589907x10^15)/10 mm, or 1.12589907x10^14. Lets convert it to kilometers, through each step. Cm : 1.12589907x10^13 (divide by 10) M : 1.12589907x10^11 (divide by 100) Km : 1.12589907x10^8 (divide by 1000) So, the paper would be 1.12589907x10^8 km thick. The distance from the Earth to the Sun is only 1.496x10^8km. Therefore, the paper would reach the majority of the way to the Sun... it beat the moon by a long shot. Plus, if the paper were slightly thicker, (eg 0.11mm) it would reach, or even pass, the Sun quite easily. (MORE)

# If you fold a piece of paper 50 times how many layers will there be?

Each time you fold paper, the number of layers is doubled. 0 folds = 1 layer (original sheet) = 2 0 1 fold = 2 layers = 2 1 2 folds = 4 layers = 2 2 3 folds = 8 layers. = 2 3 ... etc, all the way to 50 folds. In other words, the number of layers increases exponentially. Following the… pattern, If you could fold paper 50 times, the number of layers would equal: 2 50 or 1,125,899,906,842,624 layers. (MORE)

# How many times do you can fold a piece of paper?

it depends on what size paper it is but for the A4 size you can fold it 7 times

# Leo folded a piece of paper in half a certain amount of times When unfolded the paper was divided into three sections How many times did Leo fold the paper?

The answer is 3...he folded it 3 times. Here is how to solve. One fold gives you two sections...1x2=2; each time you fold it doubles the amount of sections, so take your first answer...2...and multiply that by 2. 2x2=4. keep multiplying your answer by 2 until you get to the desired number of section…s. 4x2=8. (MORE)

# What is the formula to determine how many sides when a piece of paper is folded in half repeatedly?

If by sides you refer to the number of paper slices you can hold then the formula is this: assuming that when the paper has not been folded, the number of times folded is equal zero then the equation is: 2 x, where x is the number of times folded. for example if the paper has been folded f…our times the number of sides is: 2 4 = 16 (MORE)

# If you fold a square piece of paper in half 5 times how many squares would you have?

The last fold will be ineffective in making squares..
If you fold a square in half it becomes two rectangles - one on top of the other..
This "square" (pardon me, but the site doesn't do accurate 'drawing') shows the folding process..
|--------------------------------| |........................…................| |........................................| |........................................| |........................................| |........................................| |........................................| |........................................| |........................................| |........................................| |........................................| |--------------------------------| .
when folded back, becomes.
|----------------| |....................| |....................| |....................| |....................| |....................| |....................| |....................| |....................| |....................| |....................| |----------------|.
and when that is folded upwards, it becomes four squares.
|----------------| |....................| |....................| |....................| |....................| |----------------|.
The third fold makes eight rectangles.....
|--------| |..........| |..........| |..........| |..........| |--------|.
And the fourth fold makes sixteen squares....
|--------| |..........| |..........| |--------|.
Another fold - a fifth - would bring us back to rectangles again. There would be 32 of them..
|----| |.....| |.....| |----| (MORE)

# If a 0.2mm piece of paper is folded 50 times how thick would it be?

Whereas, realistically, this is an improbable act, if we assume there is sufficient area to fold said fifty times, folding a .2 mm thick piece of paper fifty times would result in a thickness or .2 time 2 to the fiftieth power millimeters. Otherwise, the thickness would be 225,179,981,368,524.8 mm. …That's approximately 225,179,981,369 meters, or about 225,179,981 kilometers. For reference, the circumference at the equator is about 40,075 kilometers. (MORE)

# No piece of paper can be folded in half more than seven times?

Yeah u can like actually fold it more than 7 times my uncle did 9 time before it was so cool!!!!!!!!

# How many sections would you have if you folded the paper 8 times?

you cannot fold printer paper 8 times barely 6 time. if anyone wants to try it feel free because I'm fed up with it!!!!

# If you folded a piece a paper 50 times how tall would it be?

A normal piece of paper is about 0.0038 inches thick. So, if the paper were to be folded 50 times, it would become, essentially, 1,125,899,906,842,624 pieces of paper stacked upon one another. Therefore, you would multiply the above number by 0.0038 and that would be 4278419646001.97 inches or 67,52…5,562.594 miles of paper. So, a normal 8 1/2 by 11 piece of paper folded 50 times would be 67,525,562.594 miles, which is 141 times the distance the Moon is to the Earth. (MORE)

# If you folded a piece of paper 50 times how thick would it be?

-- The paper would have the same thickness as it had before you started folding it. -- If you could manage the folding, and squeeze out all of the air between the layers, then the bundle would be 1,125,899,907,000,000 times as thick as the sheet of paper is. (rounded)

# If you fold paper 9 times how many sections will you get?

Impossible question to answer. No piece of paper can be folded more than seven times. Most, no more than 5. Depending on how you fold, anywhere from 10 to 512 with the limitation implied above.

# What is the maximum number of times you can fold a piece of paper in half?

Discovery channel: Mythbusters: episode 72:Original airdate: January 24, 2007 "seven folds" It was impossible to fold a piece of letter-sized (8.5" Ã 11", 216 mm Ã 279 mm) 20 lb (75 g/mÂ²) copy paper with perpendicular folds more than seven times. The thickness of the paper grew geometri…cally with each successive fold, and after the seventh fold the paper was just too thick to fold without breaking. Breaking the rules of the challenge, Grant showed that folding a particularly thin sheet of paper in the same direction 4 times then 4 times the other way, it is possible to fold the paper 8 times. The MythBusters then laid out a football field-sized sheet of interconnected paper (170 ft Ã 220 ft, 51.8 m Ã 67.1 m), and due to the reduction of its area-to-thickness ratio (and with help from a steam roller and a forklift), were able to perpendicularly fold the paper 11 times. Other methods of folding a piece of paper (such as with alternating folds) proved able to break the fold threshold of 7 for letter-sized paper, and perpendicular folds of more than 7 are theoretically possible with thinner paper. (MORE)

# How many times would you have to fold a 1 mm thick piece of paper to reach the moon?

It would take 42 times to fold an average 8.5 by 11 piece of paper to reach the moon!

# How do you fold a piece of paper into tenths?

cut it Now this is a stupid answer. For a square: Fold the paper in half twice A____D |..:..| |_:_| B C Then, fold the bottom right corner up along the line formed by the midpoint of line CD and corner B. Corner C now lies on the a line dividing the paper into 2/5( the right of the square) and …3/5 (the left of the square). Now simply fold along that line, and you have that proportion. The rest is straightforward. Simply divide the 2/5 in four and use that size to divide the rest into tenths. forgive the other guy for iving you such a stupid answer. (MORE)

# Can a piece of paper be folded more than seven times?

Yes it is possible. But the paper does have to be very big and thinner than an ordinary piece of paper.

# What is the number of times a piece of paper can be folded in half?

An infinite number of times. The most it has been done, at present is 12 times.

# Why no piece of square paper can be folded more than 7 times in half?

A piece of paper which is infinite in size can easily be folded more than 7 times. because when you fold a piece of paper in to you are effectively halving its size. However infinity divided by 2 is still infinity.

# How many times can you fold a sheet of notebook paper?

You can fold a sheet of notebook paper 6 or 7 times but no more. â¥adrianna Nicole lockwood wrote thisâ¥

# What is the maxium times you can fold a piece of paper?

Discovery channel: Mythbusters: episode 72:Original airdate: January 24, 2007 "seven folds" It was impossible to fold a piece of letter-sized (8.5" Ã 11", 216 mm Ã 279 mm) 20 lb (75 g/mÂ²) copy paper with perpendicular folds more than seven times. The thickness of the paper grew geometri…cally with each successive fold, and after the seventh fold the paper was just too thick to fold without breaking. Breaking the rules of the challenge, Grant showed that folding a particularly thin sheet of paper in the same direction 4 times then 4 times the other way, it is possible to fold the paper 8 times. The MythBusters then laid out a football field-sized sheet of interconnected paper (170 ft Ã 220 ft, 51.8 m Ã 67.1 m), and due to the reduction of its area-to-thickness ratio (and with help from a steam roller and a forklift), were able to perpendicularly fold the paper 11 times. Other methods of folding a piece of paper (such as with alternating folds) proved able to break the fold threshold of 7 for letter-sized paper, and perpendicular folds of more than 7 are theoretically possible with thinner paper. (MORE)

# How many times do you have to fold a piece of paper in half before it will reach the moon?

Average distance to the Moon: 384,403 km = 384 x 10 6 meters.\n\n.
Thickness of a typical paper: According to Wikipedia, "Paper may be between 0.07 millimetres (0.0028 in) and 0.18 millimetres (0.0071 in) thick.". I'll use a value of 0.1 mm., equal to 10 -4 meters.\n\n.
Distance of Moon divided b…y paper thickness, in this case, is 384 x 10 10 .\n\n.
Now, each time you fold a paper, its thickness will double. Therefore, you have to solve 2 x = 384 x 10 10 . This can be solved by logarithms; specifically, you calculate log(384 x 10 10 ) / log(2), which is 41.8. So, folding this particular paper 42 times in half, you will get a little past the Moon.\n\n.
Note: It will have to be a huge sheet of paper, that will allow you to fold that many times.\n Average distance to the Moon: 384,403 km = 384 x 10 6 meters.\n\n.
Thickness of a typical paper: According to Wikipedia, "Paper may be between 0.07 millimetres (0.0028 in) and 0.18 millimetres (0.0071 in) thick.". I'll use a value of 0.1 mm., equal to 10 -4 meters.\n\n.
Distance of Moon divided by paper thickness, in this case, is 384 x 10 10 .\n\n.
Now, each time you fold a paper, its thickness will double. Therefore, you have to solve 2 x = 384 x 10 10 . This can be solved by logarithms; specifically, you calculate log(384 x 10 10 ) / log(2), which is 41.8. So, folding this particular paper 42 times in half, you will get a little past the Moon.\n\n.
Note: It will have to be a huge sheet of paper, that will allow you to fold that many times.\n Average distance to the Moon: 384,403 km = 384 x 10 6 meters.\n\n.
Thickness of a typical paper: According to Wikipedia, "Paper may be between 0.07 millimetres (0.0028 in) and 0.18 millimetres (0.0071 in) thick.". I'll use a value of 0.1 mm., equal to 10 -4 meters.\n\n.
Distance of Moon divided by paper thickness, in this case, is 384 x 10 10 .\n\n.
Now, each time you fold a paper, its thickness will double. Therefore, you have to solve 2 x = 384 x 10 10 . This can be solved by logarithms; specifically, you calculate log(384 x 10 10 ) / log(2), which is 41.8. So, folding this particular paper 42 times in half, you will get a little past the Moon.\n\n.
Note: It will have to be a huge sheet of paper, that will allow you to fold that many times.\n Average distance to the Moon: 384,403 km = 384 x 10 6 meters.\n\n.
Thickness of a typical paper: According to Wikipedia, "Paper may be between 0.07 millimetres (0.0028 in) and 0.18 millimetres (0.0071 in) thick.". I'll use a value of 0.1 mm., equal to 10 -4 meters.\n\n.
Distance of Moon divided by paper thickness, in this case, is 384 x 10 10 .\n\n.
Now, each time you fold a paper, its thickness will double. Therefore, you have to solve 2 x = 384 x 10 10 . This can be solved by logarithms; specifically, you calculate log(384 x 10 10 ) / log(2), which is 41.8. So, folding this particular paper 42 times in half, you will get a little past the Moon.\n\n.
Note: It will have to be a huge sheet of paper, that will allow you to fold that many times.\n (MORE)

# How many folds do you get when you fold 42 pieces of paper?

You get 84 folds if you fold each paper into halves. You get 168 folds if you fold each paper into fourths. How did I figure this out? Well, 42x2(half)=84 folds. Also, 42x4(fourth)= 168 folds> I hope this was the answer you were looking for.

# If you could fold a piece of paper 30 times how tall would it be?

It would be higher than the himayala mountain because everytime you fold a sheet of paper it will be double the size of itself.

# Is it possible to fold a piece of paper more than seven times?

nope ive tried it :( multiple times.... Well, it depends on what you mean. Of course you can fold a piece of paper lots of times. What you can not do is fold a piece of paper in half lots of times. Your typical piece of paper is about 0.1mm thick. Each fold in half doubles the thickness, so by… the time you have folded it 7 times it is 2^7*0.1 mm thick, that's 12.8mm, call it 1/2 an inch thick. And by then your piece of paper is rather small. If it started 8 1/2 x 11, it is now 11/8 x 17/8 inches, or about 1 1/2 inches by 2 inches. (ignoring the size of he folds) The next fold would make it 1 inch thick, and the outside of the fold would be a half circle 1/2 inch radius using pi/2 inches of paper, call it 1 1/2 inches. This isn't going to work. (MORE)

# If you fold a piece of paper 8 times how many sections will the sheet have?

If you take a single sheet and fold it in half 8 times, the pack will have 64 layers.

# Has anyone folded a piece if paper 7 times?

Yes, I believe that the MythBusters did this with an extremely thin and huge piece of paper. I am sure you can Google it. or go to [see related link below "Myth Busters"]

# Maximum times you can fold a piece of paper?

Eight, no matter how thin or large the paper is. Not sure one can prove this, but try it.

# How do you fold a regular piece of paper to make an envolope?

the easiest way that I have found is to get one of those envalopes that have the peel stick tops (for the layout of them) take it apart, and cut the paper like that, then fold it the same way. then tape it. It works for me.

# How many times would you fold a paper to reach the moon?

42 times! And 94 times to get it the length of the whole visible universe!(:

# Is it possible to fold a piece of paper in half more than seven times?

No... it is impossible... but Walk Disney said "Its kinda fun to do the impossible"

# How many hamburgers are needed to reach the moon?

Depending on the type and quality of a hamburger, it can range from a depth of .25" to over an inch. So taking a "normal" hamburger at .5 inch. It would require, at an average distance to the Moon, you would need 3.02676378 x 10 10 or 30,267,637,800 - Over 30 billion. If relish and salad items w…ere included the amount would be less, ditto if buns were included in the equation. At 700lb of "meat" and derivatives - you did say hamburger - from a cow, you'd get 2,800 burgers per cow. So to reach the Moon, you'd need to kill 10,809,871 (About 11 million) cows to accomplish your task. So it's achievable!!! (MORE)

# How much paper do you need to reach the moon?

After years of researching with my lab partners, we have finally found the answer. The hardest part of the research was finding the thickness of a piece of normal construction paper, the thickness of a piece of paper is 0.00042mm. After, we used the distance between Earth and the Moon. The final ans…wer of this question is: You need 106,298,623,185,474,890,00 pieces of paper. That's a pretty big number right? Hope this helped you! (MORE)

# How many miles is the thickness of the paper folded 50 times?

how thick is the paper? example-1mm thick paper (1x2x2x2x2x2x2x2 ect. till youve multiplied 50 times and that equals the thickness in millimeters, all you have to do them is convert the millimeters into miles

# How many times do you need to fold a piece of paper to form 8 equal sections?

3 times 1st step is fold paper in half 2nd fold it again in half and 3rd fold it a third time in half. open it an u get eight equal sections

# How many times do you need to fold the piece of paper so that you leave the visible universe?

The paper is bound by the visible universe, so it should be seenthat this question begins with an improper premise. The visibleuniverse is but a tiny portion of a percentage of the entireuniverse; and so a more pointed question might be aimed at how weview it.