If maths was a food, which food would it be?

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I think it would be a pizza because you can divide it into fractions and halfs and is interesting and different as maths is.
 
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I think it would be a pizza because you can divide it into fractions and halfs and is interesting and different as maths is.
Pi!
 
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But 2 PI R better!
 
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I prefer rabbits and spirals! (Fibonacci!)
 
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PI Z2 A
 
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Butter: In a master's hands, it can produce beautiful results. Amateurs can use it enhance their own products, but doing it wrong creates a soggy mess.
 
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Jalapeno peppers!
 
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I don't know what it would be, but I am certain it would taste just like chicken. :wink:
 
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Plain loaf. It is basic and essential, but made with the right technique and good ingredients, it can be absolutely amazing without the need of extra flavouring
 
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As I'm half-Asian, my answer would be rice. It is basic and essential, and can serve as a prime ingredient for a wide range of material (food for rice, research fields for math).
 
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As I'm half-Asian, my answer would be rice. It is basic and essential, and can serve as a prime ingredient for a wide range of material (food for rice, research fields for math).
This is very interesting :woot: I am full-Asian and the first thing came to my mind was a loaf of bread. Probably more to do with having lived most of my life in New Zealand though.
Fun fact: bread is popular but disgustingly expensive in China, I guess it's a matter of projection.
 
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I think it would be a pizza because you can divide it into fractions and halfs and is interesting and different as maths is.
PI Z2 A
πz2a!
 
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πz2a!
After the math teacher told the class that the area of a circle is πr2, the Kentucky mountain man said:

"Pie are not square! Pie are round! Cornbread are square!"


Ref.
 
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Walnuts, pecans - or something hard to crack open.
 
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Oh come on! If Math was food there is only one real answer: Chocolate! Nothing so bitter could taste so sweet with just a little imagination.
 
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Scalloped minced meat. Hard to digest, but incredibly tasty :biggrin:
 
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Scalloped minced meat. Hard to digest, but incredibly tasty :biggrin:
Wow. Nice one!
 

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