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Chocolate math

By Murray Bourne, 20 Apr 2009

A friend brought me back some chocolate from his recent trip to London. My wife and I particularly enjoyed the gesture, since we both like quality chocolate with high levels of cocoa:

chocolate math

And now for the punch line. πŸ™‚

chocolate math

See the 3 Comments below.

3 Comments on “Chocolate math”

  1. Denise says:


  2. beng says:

    Well, be assured the maths is correct. The graphical representation is just an illusion. Probably she already knows and pretends she has the upper 50% πŸ™‚ Just enjoy the mutual win-win privilge πŸ™‚

  3. psycho says:

    I dont get it...

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