Alice, Bob, and Charlie order a pizza for $10. It turned out that Alice and Bob were very hungry, eating 6 slices a piece, and Charlie just had 2 slices.

They want to split the pizza cost fairly, but they are subject to a practical issue. No one has coins to make change, so they have to round how much each owes to the nearest dollar.

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Alice, Bob, and Charlie order a pizza for $10. It turned out that Alice and Bob were very hungry, eating 6 slices a piece, and Charlie just had 2 slices.

They want to split the pizza cost fairly, but they are subject to a practical issue. No one has coins to make change, so they have to round how much each owes to the nearest dollar.

What’s the fair way to split the bill?

What if the pizza was $11?

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