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Fur Pi served on a pizza Pi. Since fractions were mentioned, let's run with that concept for a minute

To start of with we're

never going to slice the fur Pi. Since its on top, it is the Numerator and we can express it as: (1*Pi) or simply Pi. However the Denominator (the Pi on the bottom) can be sliced into any number of slices. So let's express that as: (n*Pi), where "n" is the number of slices the Denominator consists of. Put together, the general form of the fraction can be expressed as: (Pi/n*Pi). Since (Pi/Pi) = 1 we can simplify the general fraction to its final form: (1/n*1).

Since there is only one full size slice of each in

my illustration photo, we can further simplify the fraction to: (Pi/Pi) or (1/1) and since (1/1) = 1, the value of the fraction comes to: 1.

Um, wait a minute.

I see two distinct pieces of "Pi" in the picture. One on top of the other. So how the heck do two pieces of Pi equal one

Oh man! What the heck was Ceej on, or smokin today?

Ok, sorry for the line of long winded silliness, I just couldn't resist.

I think I'm gonna have that last can of Summer Shandy to go along with my "Pi's".