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The sears tower in Chicago is 1,454 feet high. suppose you take a sheet of paper and fold it once in half, than fold it in half again,and keep folding it over and over again. How many times would you have to fold it to create a piece of paper that is higher than the sears tower?

  1. PsyDAG

    How thick is the paper?

    Thickness(2)^n = 1454 feet

    (That must be one super-big piece of paper!)

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