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A sheet of legal paper is 8.5 by 11.75 inches long. The lower-left corner is brought to a point ... inches from the upper-left corner and folded to form a crease. This Demonstration shows a graph of the crease length as a function of ... and a diagram of the folded paper. By moving the slider, you can estimate the length of the shortest and longest possible crease. The exact shortest possible crease ( ... ) and the exact longest possible crease ( ... ) may be determined by using Mathematica or traditional calculus techniques.

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