Depends on the height of each piece of paper.
The Answer is 21cm on the Hieght and 14.8 on the width
8 and 1/2 by 11
No. The square is all on one flat surface, like a piece of paper, but a cube has height off of the paper. When you set the cube down on the piece of paper, the place where it touches the paper is a square, but there's a lot more to it than that.
29.7cm width and 42cm height. Double the size of A4.
L x W x H, but for the height, you need to use micrometer caliper.
you have to look at the piece of paper and the things that are on the piece of paper follow it
The answer depends on the piece of paper. You can cut it in half lengthways: it will still be a piece of paper but its width will be half as large!
Folding the piece of paper does not change the thickness of the piece of paper. However, the thickness of the folded paper would be twice that of the original sheet of paper.
A piece of paper or thin piece of metal will provide protection from?