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    • Looks like more than 5 papers
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    • 5 sheets....
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    • I mean you could literally just put the paper on the table normally. It would still technically be supporting all of the books. Dont have to be extra about it
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    • Just lay the 5 on the desk flat
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    • Just lay them flat lol
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    • The five sheets could probably support more books if they were flat
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    • Cant you just lay the papers flat?
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    • Just lay the paper flat on the table
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    • 6 sheets in sight and im sure they were rolled with more than one... but this is correct cylindrical materials are very strong and can support a massive amount of weight
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    • “MoRe ThAn 5 ShEeTs” you do realize paper can be cut and made into smaller pieces of paper with equal integral support right?
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    • Its five sheets cut in half each you dumbasses
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    • Should’ve just put them flat on the table
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    • Everyone saying “it’s more than 5 sheets” seems to have forgotten that paper can be torn/cut into smaller pieces....
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    • jUsT LaY tHeM fLaT
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    • If you lay all 5 flat your technically supporting whatever you put on them
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    • Couldn’t you just lay them flat on the desk? They would technically be holding up the weight of the books...
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    • Why not just lay them flat and then put the books on top?
      EyePie 21 may
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    • Just lay them flat
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    • Just lay the sheets flat. Could put whatever the hell you want on em
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    • They are cut in half guys it’s not rocket surgery
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    • Just put the 5 sheets flat on the table
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    • Couldn't you place the sheets flat and then stack everything on top of it?
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    • They cut the sheets of paper in half you idiots.
      Excoriate 20 may
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    • They cut the paper stop saying it’s more than five
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    • Theres clearly more than 5 sheets
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    • U can literally see there's more than five sheets
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    • I see 9 sheets of paper
      Tag_Kings a month
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    • This dude literally found this picture, counted the papers he could see, not even making inferences based on spacing, and reposted it taking credit
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    • They cut the paper so that they can use more than 5
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    • Lay the paper flat?
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    • Y'all lack in the common sense department. You're allowed to slice up the papers. Like geez guys c'mon
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    • I would like to be the smart ass who just laid them down flat and stack shit on them
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    • Just lay all 5 papers flat they then can support any weight lol
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    • If you laid the papers flat, they can never fall and support as much weight as the desk/ground will allow
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    • Did people forget you can rip paper? It’s pretty thin tbh
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    • just stack them flat
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    • People do realize those pieces of paper were cut right those aren’t entire sheets of paper
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    • Lay them flat and they can support infinitely more
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    • just lay the papers flat on the table and bam it supports a lot of fuckin weight
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    • You could just lay them flat that will provide support as well, I mean they aren't going to break that way. Tf is this on about?
      Raybrand 20 may
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    • You can cut the piece of paper? Into smaller pieces? Y'all special or something?
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    • I used a standard 3X5 notecard in 8th grade to do something similar to this. I broke the school record and stacked 79 textbooks before it fell
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    • We did this too. I did a similar construction and ours went way higher than this. And to the top comment^^ you have to support it I think 5 inches off the table
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    • honestly we did this in engineering class in highschool with one peice of paper i got like 34 heavy science books. they are doing it wrong, the tubes should be a lot more “rolled” and shorter. they could carry a lot more then to the ceiling
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    • Am I the only one who cant remember ever seeing John wick 2 being played in theater?? Like I remember the 1st and 3rd coming out, but I can’t remember the 2nd one showing in theaters
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    • I had an engineering thing like that where we were given 30 drinking straws and duct tape to support a much weight as possible and we couldn’t just lay them flat in a sheet. That’s probably why they couldn’t just lay them flat.
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    • Just lay them flat and you can put whatever on there
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    • Dumbasses. Just lay the paper flat and in would support so much more weight
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    • Why do you think ancient architecture is still standing? They used cylinders to support most weight in buildings. Cylinders distribute the weight evenly because it has no edges for the energy to focus on. Thats why eggs can support a lot of weight as well.
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    • Just lay it all flat on the table. Technically the paper is holding it
      Gazico 20 may
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    • For the people saying .. more than five.. their is this magical thing called scissors.
      12Bravo 20 may
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    • Niggas in the comment section really so stupid that they don't know people can actually cut paper into more than one piece.
      Kleitos 20 may
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    • I’m in this class, we all had 5 sheets but they just cut them into smaller pieces
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    • They could have just laid one piece of paper done and technically supported as much weight as possible
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    • U CUT THE PAPERS SO THERE CAN B MORE ROLLS
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    • Fun fact... You can cut paper.
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    • Just place the papers flat and stack stuff on top bam
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    • Some of these people have never heard about cutting paper apparently
      Tuesday 20 may
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    • Lay them flat on the table you fucking casuals
      Art3misss 20 may
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    • I mean wouldn’t just stacking the sheets and then the books on top still technically count as supporting the structure?
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    • Lay the sheets flat, it can support a ton of weight
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    • A perfect cylinder will not collapse under any amount of pressure. This is why you can stand on a pop can if your balance is good enough. By having several cylinders in an array they maximize the weight distribution on imperfect cylinders.
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    • Just lay them flat
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    • The task is poorly described.you can lay the paper flat and stack things on top. I'm sure it would be 1000's of pounds
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    • Just lay the papers down flat lmao
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    • I’m pretty sure that if you just put actually 5 pieces of paper flat it could hold way more weight then however many pieces of paper rolled up
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    • lol lay em flat and you can hold more lol
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    • I could do that with one. Just lay it flat and stack shit on top of it
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    • you... can cut paper.. into more smaller sheets..
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    • You could just set the papers down flat and it would be able to support all that still
      Ptero93 20 may
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    • I'm seeing more than 5 sheets
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    • Why not lay the sheets flat and stack the books then
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    • I see 7 pieces of paper. And by the way the papers set up there's actually 9. Or else it would never truly hold more then like 5 books without losing balance
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    • You never know how fucking strong paper is until your friend folds it a couple times and stabs you with it.
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    • We have a balsa bridge building contest at my college for structural analysis and the bridge has to weigh a max of 140 grams and has to hold 30lbs for u to get a C. Everyone made fancy bridges and trusses. I made something super simple. Mine won holding 186 pounds. Lesson: dont overthink it.
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    • No one realizes. Paper if folded correctly can hold over 100 pounds. Just 1 sheet. I have a Mechanics Of Engineering class at my school and that’s the first thing he makes us do. Highest held was 145 pounds. Just by folding it correctly
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    • Yall some niggas. It's called scissors, and tape.
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    • Yeah it looks like there is more than 5 but there is this thing called scissors
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    • To everyone saying it’s more than 5 sheets, they cut the paper in half to make more cylinders
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    • Just make them flat, as long as the books dont touch the table it technically counts
      Bjord 21 may
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    • They cut the paper in half you idiots!
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    • For those of you who don’t understand, yes they were given 5 sheets at the start. They then ripped them to make extra pillars. So 5 sheets doesn’t mean only 5 pieces in the end.
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    • "tHeRes MOre tHan 5 ShEEts" they probably cut sheets in half you retards
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    • Just lay the papers flat on the table and start stacking honestly
      MarkM88 21 may
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    • You idiots they never said they couldn’t cut it up
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    • "That's more than 5 sheets" -People that have never heard of scissors
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    • Coulda layed it flat bruther
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    • Or yuh know, just lay the paper flat and stack stuff that way
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    • “I don’t understand how scissors work” -retards who think more than 5 tubes can’t come from 5 papers
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    • You people know that you can cut paper right?
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    • Cut pieces of paper=more paper
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    • “Physics go home you’re broken” has to be the most degenerate statement I’ve read this year.
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    • 5 sheets probs cut up into more. Tcs are both retarded.
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    • Just lay them flat
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    • For those that dont know, you can cut the pieces of paper
      gubbus 20 may
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    • They cut the paper dumbasses
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    • Just make them all flat against the table and stack the books, idiot
      Sniddler 20 may
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    • You people do know that cutting paper is a thing right?
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    • Just lay the pieces of paper flat on the table
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    • Congrats to the morons saying “but that’s not five sheets” like they can’t cut them up
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