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More geometry information like this can be generated by folding paper circles (paper plates, for example). See the Wholemovement work of Bradford Hansen-Smith.
Sanjay, this is construction, it is not folding and it is misleading to say so. Folding is not drawing lines between points. Folding is touching two points together and a crease is generated perpendicular to the folding movement and half way between the two points. I think it is very confusing to suggest one can construct a 2-D image and think they have folded a figure. Folding is a spatial activity and can not be done or explained in 2-D.
I am here to discuss about the definition of equilateral triangle its a triangle with all the sides equal and all the angles should be 60 degree.