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Q: What is a two-dimensional pattern that you can fold to form a three-dimensional figure?

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A circle is a plane figure of two dimensions and therefore cannot be folded as this would need to be done through a third dimension.

Fold it 10 times....

Parallelograms: 2-fold Square: 4-fold n-fold symmetries refer to rotational symmetries. Consequently, any symmetries about axes that these and other quadrilaterals may have are not relevant to this question.

Fold the paper along the line. Fold the paper again so that the first fold is folded onto itself and such that the second fold goes through a specified point - if any. The second fold will represent a line that is perpendicular to the first and which passes through the specified point.

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A net.A 2-dimensional pattern that you can fold to make a 3-dimensional figure is called a net.For instance, make a letter 'T' out of 6 squares. The vertical part of the T has 4 squares, and the horizontal part has 3 squares (one square is common to both) . This net can be folded to make a cube.

A symmetric figure is a figure that is symmetrical. This means that if you fold it in half that both sides will line up. I hope this helped you! :)

No - that's why it's on the fold, so you end up with an extra-large piece and don't need to sew along the fold-line.

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it depends on how you fold it. if you fold it like in a boat or hot dog way 10 times, it will be hard. but if there is no pattern to it, yes you can Actually, if you fold in halves, it is impossible to fold it more than 8 times. If you have a large piece of paper, and you don't fold it in halves, yes, you can fold it more than 10 times.

it easier to fold and or the poke'ball on the back is upside down

Make circle with 18 inch radius, fold in half, fold in half.

You get 84 folds if you fold each paper into halves. You get 168 folds if you fold each paper into fourths. How did I figure this out? Well, 42x2(half)=84 folds. Also, 42x4(fourth)= 168 folds> I hope this was the answer you were looking for.

Draw a pattern, cut out, glue and fold where needed.

A pattern that you can cut and fold to make a model of a solid shape.

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