**Folding A Piece Of Paper 42 Times**. You can't fold a paper in half more than eight times. The number of layers doubles each time, and the paper rapidly gets too thick and too small to fold.

Trying to fold an ordinary sheet of a4 paper suggests that even eight times is impossible: As you can imagine, many people have played with the concept. Mt everest is just over 8.8km tall.

### If You Were To Fold A Piece Of Paper In Half 42 Times, It Would Reach The Moon.

This, of course, could not be done with a standard sheet of paper. How big is a piece of paper folded 42 times? So the folded paper now reaches the moon but it’s length is.

### As You Keep Folding The Paper, Its Thickness Keeps Increasing Exponentially.

An interactive visualization of what happens if you keep folding a piece of paper. Several of those around the table scoffed at this,. You have a piece of paper.

### Mt Everest Is Just Over 8.8Km Tall.

A standard sheet of paper is about 0.1 mm so 42 folds would give us this: Based on a common misconception, a piece of paper cannot be folded more than seven times, or eight times at the most. At the 23 rd folding, you will get the paper stack of a kilometer height.

### 0.1 * 2 42 = 439,804,651,110 Mm.

The aptly named hydraulic press channel on youtube has. If you fold it 103 times, the thickness of your paper will. If a paper was folded 42 times, how is it possible that it would reach the moon if the distance from earth to the moon is greater than the paper?

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If you could fold a piece of copier paper 27 times, it would be more than 13km thick. How many times would you have to fold a piece of paper in half for it to reach the moon?ஆனால் நம்மால் ஒரு காகிதத்தை 7 அல்லது 8. Well if you started with a piece of paper 1000 km long and fold it in half 42 times you end up with a final length of 0.0002 mm.