NVR Type 14 – Folded paper


Instructions

A square piece of paper is folded and then hole-punched through the whole thickness of folded sheets. Dashed lines show the outline of the paper before the folds were made. Choose which option represents what the square of paper would look like when unfolded.

Method

If a page is folded on the vertical once, there will be two dots on top of each other. If a page is folded once on the horizontal, it will have two dots next to each other. If a page is folded once on the diagonal, there will be two dots diagonal to each other. If there are multiple folds, go in reverse focusing on the last fold first and workout how the dots would lie for each fold step.

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Examples

Example Question 1:

Answer: d

Explanation: If the paper has been folded once and then hole-punched, there will be two holes when it is opened.

Example Question 2:

 

 

 

 

Answers: e

Explanation: Although the page was folded twice, it was folded once where the paper was punched. Therefore, it will have two dots next to each other in the top right hand corner.