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Old 2014-10-24, 21:14   #1
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A pizza of radius z and thickness a has a volume pi*z*z*a
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Old 2014-10-24, 23:00   #2
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A pie with a diameter e has circumference pi*e?

Nope. Not as good as the pizza.
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Old 2014-10-24, 23:13   #3
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A pizza of radius z and thickness a has a volume pi*z*z*a
yeah well:
A pizza of radius ssi and thickness Mi has a volume Mi*ssi*ssi*pi edit: no it doesn't I forgot a p

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Old 2014-10-25, 00:36   #4
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A pizza of radius ssi and thickness Mi has a volume Mi*ssi*ssi*pi edit: no it doesn't I forgot a p
Good try. What if it had a thickness of Mi*p?
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Good try. What if it had a thickness of Mi*p?
that or a it's made with a dough ball with p=1/3 and Mi =4*ssi and has volume Mi*ssi*ssi*p*pi
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