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# Tag Archives: math with paper

## Some experiments with paper and math

I tried making the curvilinear origami buds that I mentioned in my post Origami II. Here is the result: They were a bit harder than I thought. These were my first two tries. I hope to get better as I … Continue reading

## Origami II

In answer to yesterday’s post: Yes! It is possible I didn’t beleive it at first either! But I have done some experiments. Try making a simple curved fold yourself. I’ve found that it is pretty easy to make a curved … Continue reading

## Origami

We all know that you can fold a piece of paper along a straight line. Here is a question to ponder: Can you fold a piece of paper along a curve that isn’t straight without crumpling the paper? Thoughts, theorems, … Continue reading