This site doesn't show figures, so nobody can understand your question.
If by sides you refer to the number of paper slices you can hold then the formula is this: assuming that when the paper has not been folded, the number of times folded is equal zero then the equation is: 2x, where x is the number of times folded. for example if the paper has been folded four times the number of sides is: 24 = 16
How many circles would you find in a net that can be folded to form a cylinder? *
A two-dimensional shape that can be folded into a three-dimensional figure is often called a net.
A folded napkin is often folded into a right triangle. The corners of walls can be shaped like a right angle.
A net is an arrangement of polygons, joined edge-to-edge, that when folded up, form the surface of a polyhedron.
Can be. It would be the net of the polyhedron.
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it is called a net
Any wire structure that is not flat. A piece of paper folded so it is not flat. If you don't like that, try a cylinder or a sphere or ellipsoid, or a brick with a rounded end, or any polyhedron where 1 or 2 faces are spherical bulges or are missing etc.
folded mountains are folded
they r folded but not by the person who sends the note. they r folded by the post services.
the net of a shape is how many sides of a shapeThe net of a solid shape is a flat arrangement of its faces faces which can be folded together to make the solid shape. See related links, below.
Insulin is a liquid. It cannot be folded.