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Top Ten Pies

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If the pie is exactly 10 inches, then it really depends on how many slices you want. A helpful answer is: usually a 10 inch pie is considered to be 8 usual servings, O … f course, a silly answer is: you can cut the 10 inch pie into 3 million 482 servings, maybe more.

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The answer is no pie is left because 2/10 is equal to 1/5 ,and if one person eats 1/5 of the pie and there are five people ,then the pie has been eaten entirely. 2/10 is equal to 1/5 , because if you multiple 5 by 2;and 1 by 2; you are left with 2/10.

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To emphasize an individual slice of a pie chart, you can move it back from the rest of the pie chart by doing the following: Click the pie chart. Double-click the slice you want to pull out, and then drag that slice away from the center of the chart.

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If the pie is exactly 10 inches, then it really depends on how many slices you want. A helpful answer is: usually a 10 inch pie is considered to be 8 usual servings, O … f course, a silly answer is: you can cut the 10 inch pie into 3 million 482 servings, maybe more.

source: answers.com
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F&W editors present their favorite pies of all-time including chocolate cream, deep-dish strawberry rhubarb and Andrew Zimmern's go-to coconut custard. F&W editors present their favorite pies of all-time including chocolate cream, deep-dish strawberry rhubarb and Andrew Zimmern's go-to coconut custard.

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Guidance with examples and worksheets that explains what pie charts are used for and how they can be made.

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If the pie is exactly 10 inches, then it really depends on how many slices you want. A helpful answer is: usually a 10 inch pie is considered to be 8 usual servings, O … f course, a silly answer is: you can cut the 10 inch pie into 3 million 482 servings, maybe more.

source: answers.com
image: etc.usf.edu
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If the pie is exactly 10 inches, then it really depends on how many slices you want. A helpful answer is: usually a 10 inch pie is considered to be 8 usual servings, O … f course, a silly answer is: you can cut the 10 inch pie into 3 million 482 servings, maybe more.

source: answers.com
image: etc.usf.edu

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