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Pizza question.

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by ResourceFinder, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. We may need to include crust to pizza ratio and the fact that big pizzas sometimes get a bit soggy in the middle

    Also the fact that you do not necessarily get proportionately more toppings with large
     
  2. BillyBobJoe

    BillyBobJoe Occasional commenter

    I actually had this discussion when a friend and I went to a local takeaway. They were doing an offer of a 7" pizza, chips and drink for £2.49 or a 12" pizza, 2 chips and 2 drinks for £5.49. My friend thought the 7" was better value. I couldn't resist explaining how area scale factors work!
     
  3. Not being able to view the vids and applying simplifying assumptions then x needs to be > 1.5^0.5 - 1 times bigger than m. Do I get a biscuit for that GoB??? :)
     

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