Seasonal riddle

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  1. Alcott

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    If you take a pumpkin and measure it around and across, then divide the circumference by the diameter, what do you get?
     
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    I get a math teacher to figure out the answer:laugh:
     
  3. abcgrad94

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    I believe you would get 2. Isn't the circumference twice the diameter?

    Math wasn't my best subject.
     
  4. Alcott

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    Uh, nope. And I'm not sure if Salty gets it, or he's just greening us :laugh: .
     
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    is it Pi:wavey:
     
  6. Alcott

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    Yes. But more specifically, pumpkin pi.
     
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    (Smacking myself in the forehead) Now why didn't I see that one coming?

    Guess I'll stick to making the pumpkin pie, not trying to figure out pumpkin pi!:saint:
     

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