`Good morning girls. Do you all know what a pizza
is? How about a family? So a family of 6, not including the dog, needs
the pizza cut six ways? Sure you know that! But suppose the kids, all 4
of them, are at the mall?`

`Now girls, you remember what these things are,
don't you? Why they're our friends, undifferentiated polynomials! Or are
they rational denominators? I can't remember myself! I'm sure you know
but you're having a teeny problem, aren't you. You can't remember fractions!
And who ares what they're called. All we want to do is to do the problems
so we can watch "Bay Watch"!`

`Now fractions are basically just pizzas. You'll
never forget that, will you! When you see a fraction, the word "pizza"
will pop into your head. Forever. The bottom part of the fraction is the
whole pizza. This one has 4 slices! The top part has only 3! Some pig ate
it! We have "three quarters" of a pizza. But suppose we get 3 more slices
for the top? Now we have more than a pizza, don't we? A pizza and a half.`

`Now pizzas like this are for small families. You
could call them "Presbyterian Pizzas." How about this one? 8 pieces! You
could call this a Catholic pizza! (Notice we don't use an enchilada instead
of a pizza. That wouldn't be politically correct, would it girls!)`

`Questions or Comments?`