# Folding and Cutting a Square

### Problem

### Solution

As a matter of fact, regardless of the sequence of moves, the result is always eight cuts midway between the grid lines:

One proof is by induction.

### Acknowledgment

The problem is not original but unfortunately I can't recollect the source.

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