School-Safe Puzzle Games

## Paper folding and cutting with circles

The three figures below show a sequence by which a piece of paper has been folded. The last figure shows how this folded paper has been cut.

Which pattern (1-4) most closely resembles the unfolded form of figure C?

These paper folding & cutting puzzles are great for exercising the visual-spatial areas of your brain.

[answers submitted below in comment section will be posted tomorrow]

Here’s an earlier paper folding puzzle.

### 29 Comments to “Paper folding and cutting with circles”

1. Shawn | Guest

Figure 1

2. jason | Guest

1

3. charity | Guest

4. charity | Guest

wait take that back i mean 1 the answer is 1 thats my final answer lol

5. milo zachary | Guest

1

6. Mario Bergés | Guest

7. Sergey | Guest

1

8. Kate M | Guest

number 1

9. Rosey | Guest

Number 1.

10. Justin | Guest

I think it would be 1

11. Rebekah | Guest

I am new to this site. It looks like alot of fun, and I definitely appreciate a good brain stretching exercise. I am thinking it is number 1…

12. Rasool | Guest

It is # 1 Very sure

13. Mark W | Guest

1

14. Jay | Guest

1… Doc, I see why you posted “most closely resembles”. It appears that the folds aren’t wide enough to cut out complete circles on the edges of the paper.

15. Joe | Guest

1.

16. Kip | Guest

for some reason i always get these wrong but i’m pretty sure its 1

17. Dan | Guest

#1 seems like the obvious choice.

18. biobot | Guest

1

19. azri | Guest

1

20. Poelo | Guest

1 becomes the unfolded figure

21. prayok | Guest

1

22. Scott K | Guest

this was too easy, the other 3 choices had circles in spots there wasnt one in picture C

Too easy; Number 1

24. RK | Profile

have a couple of other ones, much harder.

will eventually put them up

25. Marrita | Guest

1, i’m sure

26. carolyn d | Guest

1