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an alphabet book will have one letter on each page. eight pages will be printed on a single piece of paper.you fold the paper in half.then you fold it in half again and trim the edges. the eight pages appear in order. draw the layout for two sides of the large sheet from the letters a-h. explain why two layouts are possible

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What did you discover as you experimented with folding the paper and drawing the layout?

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