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Explain how you might create three parallel creases on a sheet of paper by using the method of paper folding.Sketch each step.

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    There is no way we can sketch it, but you can fold the paper in half and then in quarters.

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    Fold the paper so that the line segments coincides with itself . Open the paper , the fold line is perpendicular to the line segments !

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