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How is origami related to math?

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Origami is related to math because this paper folding technique requires an understanding of algebra. If one is going to use 'Totally Real Origami and Impossible Paper Folding' by David Auckly and John Cleveland as a guide, they will have to understand the algebra in this article. Origami is also related to math because geometric shapes are used in this Japanese tradition of paper folding.
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