Baltorigamist wrote:Sorry if I wasn't clear. What I mean is that two corners of the rectangle lie on the main diagonal, and the other two corners lie on two adjacent edges of the square. That divides the main diagonal into divisions of 1:1:1+sqrt2:1, which can be simplified to 2:2+sqrt2. The equivalent ratio on the square's edge (I think) would be sqrt2:1+sqrt2 (if that's the result when you divide both sides by sqrt2).
Let me get a model of the situation folded, and then hopefully you'll understand it better.
valerite wrote:I don't know what all those numbers mean, but I did know the landmark for your model.
Click on link for image of how
https://www.flickr.com/photos/124886212@N06/15049334970/
EDIT: haha I was making this since Baltorigamist posted his little sketch picture. It is the exact landmark, 22.5 symmetry style
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