How to evenly divide a box of bones, an example of Doggy Math.

One bone for me, a bone for you.

One bone for me, a bone for you.

Two bones for me, a bone for you.

Three bones for me, a bone for you.

Wait a minute, I made a mistake somewhere.

Let’s see, its one bone for me and one bone for you.  Sounds right so far.  Then it should be one more bone for me and another for you.  Does that sound right to you?  Two bones for me and one bone for you and three bones for me and a bone for you?  That cannot be right. I guess I will have to start  this problem over again.

Let me try one more time to get this right. Its one bone for you and a bone for me. Then it should be one bone for you and two for me, followed by one bone for you and the rest of the box for me! Perfect, I finally got the problem right.

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This has been a delicious example of how to do doggy math.

 

 

 

And that is how a doggy evenly divides a box of bones.

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