A pizza cut into halves has 180 degrees per slice. In order to make obtuse angles, a pizza cut into thirds has how many degrees per slice? I know over 90 degrees, but seriously.
N slices, angle is 360 divided by N, since 360 degrees makes a full ciaat
Its for his enjoyment lady
Why does she have to have a calculator to do simple division??
When done at University this studying method also requires vast quantities of beer for liquid measures.
Obviously Peter & Paige are students of ‘Common Core’ ….
My slices are typically 120°, unless it’s breakfast, then they’re only 45° (7.2°C).
Some students require visual aids.
The formula for calculating the volume of a round, flattened base of leavened wheat based dough topped with tomatoes, cheese, and various other ingredients that has a radius of Z and a height of A is: Pi * Z * Z * A.
Because thinking about the pizzas made him hungry. Duh.
Americans will run around in circles when the EMP knocks out calculators. Good grief.
Wait a minute, that’s not as calculator, that’s her phone!
GET A REAL CALCULATOR!
At our house, pizza and math don’t mix.
“Now, we’ll discuss string theory using this spaghetti…”
Peter eats allot. Ha. Ha.
Wait, but she’s using a calculator. What?
Just excuse overeating pizza. Another excuse for math.
Why are they using degrees? They should use radians. After all, they are using pizza pi.
You would think that Jason should be the one to tutor her!
I’m surprised that Peter knows how to slice a pizza. Doesn’t he consume whole pizzas?
Paige, some learn better with a hands-on approach.
Paige should know Mr “eats his age in servings of thanksgiving dinner” Peter Fox well enough by now.
Paige, if you can’t figure that out, then you sure have not learned anything living with a brother.
We make rectangular pizza at our house. Of course, it doesn’t come in boxes, either.
What happened to the rerun Foxtrot?
The error here is assuming all the pizza slices are equal in size. I have never seen that.
120 degrees, but that would be too hot!
vizzual teaching at its greatest