and other edible math conundrums

After the math teacher told the class that the area of a circle is π r^{2}, the Kentucky mountain man said: "Pie are not square! Pie are round! Cornbread are square!" 

When converting the values in the picture at right into computer code, the programmer defined the variables: A = height, Z = radius Volume = π r^{2} h In computer form: PI r r h Substituting actual variables: PIZZA 

The problem with radians is when you work with pies: Given that a pie is round, the outside edge of the pie is a circle. The angle of the circumference of a circle is 2 π radians. Unfortunately, even though you have 2 π radians, there is only one pie that you can eat. So 2 π = 1 pie. 

What does "H_{2}OT" stand for? Answer: Hot water 

Customer 2 on this slip ordered a hickory flavored cheeseburger with no bun, no raw onions on the sandwich, and substituted onion rings for the French fries. He got a hickory flavored cheeseburger with onions, no bun, and no side dish at all. Look at the order slip, and figure out why the order came as it did. Answer: The computer alphabetized the items according to the kind of food for each customer. So the No Onions came after the Onion Rings. The cook read that the two onion requests should cancel each other out: "Onion rings, no onions." 

What do you get if you cross a policeman with a lemon meringue pie? Answer: Six months. 

What kinds of angles are there? Answer: There are three kinds of angles:

