FoxTrot by Bill Amend for May 19, 2019

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    Templo S.U.D.  over 3 years ago

    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.

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    jpotter0  over 3 years ago

    N slices, angle is 360 divided by N, since 360 degrees makes a full ciaat

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    SonicFan91  over 3 years ago

    Its for his enjoyment lady

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    Acworthless  over 3 years ago

    Why does she have to have a calculator to do simple division??

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    the lost wizard  over 3 years ago

    When done at University this studying method also requires vast quantities of beer for liquid measures.

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    mrcooncat  over 3 years ago

    Obviously Peter & Paige are students of ‘Common Core’ ….

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    P51Strega  over 3 years ago

    My slices are typically 120°, unless it’s breakfast, then they’re only 45° (7.2°C).

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    Auntie Socialist  over 3 years ago

    Brain food

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    KEA  over 3 years ago

    Some students require visual aids.

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    AlanM  over 3 years ago

    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.

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    scyphi26  over 3 years ago

    Because thinking about the pizzas made him hungry. Duh.

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    lawrence.anderson  over 3 years ago

    Americans will run around in circles when the EMP knocks out calculators. Good grief.

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    BiggerNate91  over 3 years ago

    Wait a minute, that’s not as calculator, that’s her phone!


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    DCBakerEsq  over 3 years ago

    At our house, pizza and math don’t mix.

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    jvn  over 3 years ago

    “Now, we’ll discuss string theory using this spaghetti…”

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    Petemejia77  over 3 years ago

    Peter eats allot. Ha. Ha.

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    benjamineyal  over 3 years ago

    Wait, but she’s using a calculator. What?

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    kab2rb  over 3 years ago

    Just excuse overeating pizza. Another excuse for math.

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    Ermine Notyours  over 3 years ago

    Why are they using degrees? They should use radians. After all, they are using pizza pi.

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    Cornelius Noodleman  over 3 years ago

    You would think that Jason should be the one to tutor her!

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    banjinshiju  over 3 years ago

    I’m surprised that Peter knows how to slice a pizza. Doesn’t he consume whole pizzas?

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    Teto85 Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Paige, some learn better with a hands-on approach.

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    Dgwphotos  over 3 years ago

    Paige should know Mr “eats his age in servings of thanksgiving dinner” Peter Fox well enough by now.

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    ComicsR4Fun Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Paige, if you can’t figure that out, then you sure have not learned anything living with a brother.

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    Concretionist  over 3 years ago

    We make rectangular pizza at our house. Of course, it doesn’t come in boxes, either.

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    micromos  over 3 years ago

    What happened to the rerun Foxtrot?

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    tom_branson  over 3 years ago

    The error here is assuming all the pizza slices are equal in size. I have never seen that.

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    wwward1948  over 3 years ago

    120 degrees, but that would be too hot!

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    Ωmega  over 2 years ago

    vizzual teaching at its greatest

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