Q: How do you divide a piece of paper in equal parts?

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Count your numbers 12,13,14, 15, etx. Then 15 > 12. However if you mean ratios, then the correct manner tyo indicate ration is 1:2 :: 1:5 Note the use of colons. Ratio 1:5 is greater, because for every '1' you fain '5'.

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!

A piece of paper has a length and a width. Though extremely small, the paper has a thickness, giving the paper 3D.

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An A6 piece of paper is 4.1 inches by 5.8 inches.

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The term 'bisect' means to cut or divide something into two equal parts. An example is if someone cut a piece of wood in half they would be bisecting the wood.

Depends where you buy it. Divide the price the paper was bought for by the number of sheets of paper in the pack... E.g if you buy a pack with 500 pieces of A4 paper for 2.00, 2/500= 0.004 per piece of paper OR A pack of 300 for 3.50 3.5/300= 0.0116666666 per piece meaning that each piece is approx 1.17 pence

A4 paper has 210 x 297 mm. You can convert that to inches if you like (divide the numbers by 25.4).

When tectonic plates divide they create divergent boundaries, which can cause the earths surface to divide and split up, almost like when you rip a piece of paper

Depends where you buy it. Divide the price the paper was bought for by the number of sheets of paper in the pack... E.g if you buy a pack with 500 pieces of A4 paper for 2.00, 2/500= 0.004 per piece of paper OR A pack of 300 for 3.50 3.5/300= 0.0116666666 per piece meaning that each piece is approx 1.17 pence

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YesA piece of paper can be split in half several different ways. One can cut it with scissors (horizontally or vertically) tear it, slice it with knife or use a professional cutting machine (like guillotine).But if you mean cutting the paper in half, thick-wise,that is a lot more difficult to do. If the paper is regular printer or newspaper thickness, regular household methods won't cut it. For that you need laboratory equipment, especially something that can do cutting on molecular level.

If you could physically fold a piece of paper in half 20 times, it would result in 2^20 layers, which is equal to 1,048,576 layers. However, due to physical limitations, it is practically impossible to fold a piece of paper that many times.