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Circles and Cutting A Cake

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From: Jim and Carolyn (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: May 14, 2000 at 19:16:16
Subject: Re: Circles and Cutting A Cake

Divide 360 by the number of people.  Use your protractor to make a
pattern.  For example, if there are six people, divide 360 by 6 and get 60.
Construct a pattern of 60 degrees.  Enjoy the cake - chocolate is our
favorite.

 -Jim and Carolyn, for the Teacher2Teacher service

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