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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I am not sure what you are after but 20 ft /3.25 in is 240/3.25 or 73.846 pieces assuming no waste in the cut so the next issue is the width of the blade and the resultant loss of material per cut.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
SOURCE: a pizza is divided into
This are the possible solution to your problem:
To solve your problem this are the formula to be used.
Length of arc: S= r? r = radius ? = angle in rad(?) Area of circular sector: A = 1/2 rs
Given the radius(r) of pizza = 6
From the circle look for the 90 degrees angle and divide it by 2 so you will get 45 degrees and this value is then length of arc(S), then convert 45 degrees to rad. To convert:
S = 45° x ?/180° = 0.7853 rad
Now to solve the area of the one slice of pizza used the formula A = 1/2 rs,then substitute now the given radius and value of length of arc(S) to the formula.
A = 1/2 rs = 1/2(6)(0.7853 rad) A = 2.3559
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Posted on Jun 28, 2011
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