anonymous
  • anonymous
six neighbors share 2 pies. how much pie does each neighbor get. 2 each
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
You're dividing 2 pies among 6 people, so 2/6, or 1/3 or a pie each.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Each neighbor get 1/3 of the pie.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thx a bunch

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anonymous
  • anonymous
your welcome(: have anything else you need help with? im your girl if you do(:
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
Can we pause to examine your reasoning? If each of 6 neighbor got 2 pies, would that not be a total of 12 pies? You should try to see the problem with your answer in order to better understand the material.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the question CLEARLY stated that 6 neighbors SHARED to pies
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol dianna get em
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
Yes, I am trying to illustrate that dread56ace is not thinking out the question clearly. There is a logic here
anonymous
  • anonymous
the question i not saying that each neighbor got 2 pies. its asking for a fraction because you have to divide only 2 pie between 6 people so what your saying doesn't even make any sense
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
so each neighbor gets two slices of pie(:
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
Ok, my first comment was directed at the asker. If you think I do not know that the answer is 1/3 you are not understanding my statement. I noticed dear ask the exact same type of question 3 times in a row, and so am trying to illustrate the general idea, not just give answers.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so you are correct(:
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
noticed *dread
anonymous
  • anonymous
obviously its late and they don't understand it
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
Hence I am trying to help them understand. That is the point of this site.
anonymous
  • anonymous
and they are attempting at making an answer in all of their questions.
anonymous
  • anonymous
all they needed was reassuring. they came up with the answer themselves. (:
anonymous
  • anonymous
i thought it was two slices each. i dnt understand where u are coming frm wit the twelve turing
anonymous
  • anonymous
each pie has 12 slices in it. divide 12 by 6. 12 รท 6 = 2 therefore each neighbor gets two slices of pie. easier now?
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
who said there are 12 slices in each pie?
anonymous
  • anonymous
look at their graph that they just made.. then count(:
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
The graph was not in the question. The question is asked as I posted, read carefully. The first answer by sir sushi: 1/3 pies per person, is the correct one. If there is more information to the problem, or if it asked how many SLICES per person, then you may be correct. It does not, it asks the number of PIES per person.
anonymous
  • anonymous
If each of 6 neighbor got 2 pies, would that not be a total of 12 pies? from turing
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
yes it would
anonymous
  • anonymous
you said twelve turing dn =t remember
anonymous
  • anonymous
the whole solution changes within a word or two
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
yes, that is how many pies would have to exist in order for dread to be correct, hence their answer is wrong. their are only 2 pies TOTAL six neighbors share 2 pies. how much pie does each neighbor get. 2 each If the second part (after the period) seems to me an attempt at an answer by dread, as they had done in previous problems
anonymous
  • anonymous
six neighbors share 2 pies. how much piedoes each neighbor get|dw:1327036826929:dw|
Hero
  • Hero
Wow, it's not clear enough yet?
anonymous
  • anonymous
is there are no exact slices that you are given then the answer remains 1/3 like I said.
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
"six neighbors share 2 pies. how much pie does each neighbor get" 2pies/6neighbors is 1/3 of a pie per person if there is more info to the problem besides that it should have been posted in the beginning
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is. just this guy thinks he's so smart. it' really annoying -_-
anonymous
  • anonymous
and my answer i said 2 each. or maybe i should of said is the answer 2 each
anonymous
  • anonymous
dianna thx turing layoff that stuff bro
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
@hero does dreads answer make sense to you?
Hero
  • Hero
I didn't read it. I don't want to risk it though.
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
yeah, I'm out the answer is 1/3 goodnight
anonymous
  • anonymous
your very welcome. and hate when people try to confuse other people.I provided you the answer almost 20 minutes ago! but he jut does not quit! and finally! goodnight to you "TuringTest" !
Hero
  • Hero
The answer is 1/3 of 2 pies, 2 slices for each person. If anyone can't understand that, please stay in school.
anonymous
  • anonymous
2/6= 1/3 badd bing no that tell turing
anonymous
  • anonymous
LOL and they just made up that graph. we don't know if there are 6 slice in each pie
anonymous
  • anonymous
exactly
Hero
  • Hero
Hero sighs @ Diana
anonymous
  • anonymous
the final answer is 1/3. doesnt matter how many slices. tick with that answer. 1/3/. and its DianNa :P with 2 n's
anonymous
  • anonymous
1/3 *

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