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The Origami Strip Digits*

Strip Puzzles

by Peter Grabarchuk

 

An Origami strip and ten Origami Strip Digits.
 
 
Using an Origami strip colored at one side, and white on the other, and performing just "single-layered, book" folds get a digit of the Origami Strip Digits in the minimal number of single folds; see a sample. No matter what pattern will be at the back of the final digit, but the digit itself must be flat. Similarly, after every fold every new shape must be flat as well.

Actually, you have ten Origami digits to fold of Origami strips; they are shown in the diagrams in this page. Every digit is shown on a 3x5 grid in order to show its exact shape and proportions. Numbers next to the Origami digits indicate the minimal folds necessary to perform them as they were found by the author of this puzzle.

Write us if you can improve any of these results.

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Also, you can try another Origami Strip puzzle by Peter Grabarchuk; it's Toy Strip Origami at Puzzles.COM.
 
*) Puzzle concept: Copyright 2006 Peter Grabarchuk. All Rights Reserved.
 
Last Updated: October 14, 2008
Posted: December 29, 2006
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