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March 30, 2015

Posted by **Wendy** on Wednesday, September 20, 2006 at 11:55pm.

Let t denote the thickness. If we don't fold the paper, then it's thickness is

1*t=2^0 * t

If we fold the paper once, then the thickness is

2*t=2^1 * t

so if we fold it k times it should be

(2^k)*t

Now substitute k for the number of times it was folded and t for the thickness. I hope you're aware of how ridiculously large this number is with your given dimensions.

Papper can be only be folded again and again 8 times.

its 7

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