The Question:

How many pieces of paper will one tree make?

The Answer:

Since trees are different sizes, it would be difficult to say how much paper comes from one tree. According to one paper manufacturer, however, a cord of wood measuring 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet—or 128 cubic feet—produces nearly 90,000 sheets of bond-quality paper or 2,700 copies of a 35-page newspaper.

This information was taken from the Boise Cascade Corporation website. The Mead Corporation website also has useful facts and information about papermaking.

—The Fact Monster