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Since it's Thanksgiving week, let's think about pie for a second. No, not mathematical pi, just actual real edible pies. For Thanksgiving I'm in charge of making dessert, so I'll be bringing two pies, one pumpkin and one apple. Let's say that I sliced the apple pie into 12 pieces, and the pumpkin pie, since it held together better, into 18. Fast forward to the end of the evening... read more

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Yes, there is only one way.  Let's say for example that we have a fraction of 2/3.  Now, the bottom number is the denominator which means the number of equal parts into which a whole circle most specifically is divided.  So the circle is divided into 3 equal parts.  On the other hand, the top number is the numerator which means how many equal parts out of all of them are... read more