Actually its (2^99).1 mm . Cuz it takes one fold to make it 0.2mm thick. And I do belive you can fold something as many times as you want, as long as you're not the big blind.
Thiss one's is easy if you look at the question. I didn't even need a calculator. They have not mentioned that we have to fold the paper in half. So, technically, we could just turn the edge over, and it would count as a fold. Thus we have 100 folds, each 0.1 mm thick, making a total of 0.1x100=10 mm. You can thank me later.
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0.1mm :P
0.1 * 2^100 = 12.676.506.002.282.300.000.000
Km
it cannot be folded after 8 times viji
Hah, all of the above! Altho', Ólafur, you need to use a more accurate calculator - should be 126,765,060,022,822,940,149,670.3205376Km.
You could also argue that the thickness is 0.2mm each time you fold it if you allow for it to be unfolded after every fold.
you can't fold more than 8 times.....
reason physics concept
10 mm if you could fold it a hundred times.
0.1*2^100=
126765060022822940149670320537,6 mm
it vil increase 100 times of current thickness
0.1mm*100 + 0.1mm
The paper is still .1 mm no matter how many times you fold it
(2^100).1
to lazy to do the math but thats the equasion
I got it to 1m, but then it was too thick to fold even one more time, and there were 87 folds left
Actually its (2^99).1 mm . Cuz it takes one fold to make it 0.2mm thick. And I do belive you can fold something as many times as you want, as long as you're not the big blind.
I have one puzzle.
12 = 1 + 2 = 3
345 = 3 + 4 + 5 = 12 = 1 + 2 = 3
576 = 18 = 9
Find digit of the sum in single digit.
How many numbers are there between 0 to 123456789 whose sum of digit is 5?
thanks in advance..
0.1mm
0.1mm
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Thiss one's is easy if you look at the question.
I didn't even need a calculator.
They have not mentioned that we have to fold the paper in half. So, technically, we could just turn the edge over, and it would count as a fold.
Thus we have 100 folds, each 0.1 mm thick, making a total of 0.1x100=10 mm.
You can thank me later.
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