Six sevenths of a circle.

Six tenths of a circle.

Six twelfths of a circle.

Ten elevenths of a circle.

Ten twelfths of a circle.

Three eighths of a circle.

Three elevenths of a circle.

Three fifths of a circle.

Three ninths of a circle.

Three quarters of a circle.

A circle subdivided into three quarters and two eighths.

Three sevenths of a circle.

Three sixths of a circle.

A circle subdivided into three sixths and one half.

Three tenths of a circle.

Three twelfths of a circle.

Two eighths of a circle.

Two elevenths of a circle.

Two fifths of a circle.

A circle divided in half vertically.

A circle divided in half horizontally.

A circle divided in half vertically separated.

A circle divided in half horizontally separated.

Two ninths of a circle.

Two quarters of a circle.

A circle subdivided into two quarters and one half.

Two sevenths of a circle.

Two sixths of a circle.

Two tenths of a circle.

Two thirds of a circle.

A circle subdivided into two thirds and two sixths.

Two twelfths of a circle.

A whole circle.

Native to New Guinea, the pie of paradise is renowned for its brilliant plumage.

An illustration of a pirate sitting on a barrel eating a slice of pie.

Simple Simon met a pie-man going to the fair.