Origami Quiz

Hull, Thomas
September 2004
Mathematical Intelligencer;Fall2004, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p38
Academic Journal
Presents several Origami-based mathematical problems. Application of the activity of paper folding in solving math puzzles using the angles, geometric shapes and creases of the paper; Construction of paper shapes based on mathematical rules and parameters provided by the puzzle.


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