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Gail and 3 friends all share 1/2 a pie. All the pieces in pie put together make up 180 degrees. Gail and friends finish the pie and each eat an equal piece. They believe each piece has an angle of 25 degrees. Are they right?

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asked by ellen
  1. No.

  2. 180 / 4 = ?

  3. No. It's 45°.

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