# Grandma teaches higher math

1. Grandma solved a recurring problem around our homestead. You may try this if you have similar problem.

Grandma bakes a pie. Grandma cuts the pie. The kids each get a slice.

Grandson "her piece is bigger than mine!"

Granddaughter "cause Gramma loves me more!"

Grandson "Gramma she says you don't love me anymore, and her piece is bigger than mine."

I'm sure that anyone with kids has heard this or variations of same many times.

Grandma's solution:

"Here is the pie. You cut it, he gets first pick."

There was never a circle that was divided into eight segments more precisely by anyone anywhere. The next time they traded places.

After a few times of this the participants agreed that the process took too long.

Granddaughter "Oh just let me have a piece, you take too long to cut it."

Problem solved.

Frank

"Just the facts, Ma'am"
Sgt. Joe Friday, Dragnet

2. lol, cute. Brings back memories of counting out the Skittles to make sure they all got the same ammount.

Ebudae

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