**Maths Joke Puzzle - 16 March**

If you had a pizza with crust thickness 'a' and radius 'z', what's the volume of the pizza?

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If you had a pizza with crust thickness 'a' and radius 'z', what's the volume of the pizza?

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3.14*z^2*a

ReplyDeletei donn

Deleteot know

pi zz a dats pi d constant multiply by radius ie. z squared and then a the height pizza is d volume of pizza

ReplyDeleteAwesome Ans PIZZA

ReplyDeleteYour volume will be the area of the pizza times the height.

ReplyDeleteSince Area = pi*r^2 and r = z, the area = pizz

Multiplying this times the height (a) gives you a product we all know and love:

Volume = pizza!

We have PIZZA

ReplyDeletethe volume of the pizza is mushroom, cheese, etc

ReplyDeletesmart

Deleteha ha

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ReplyDeleteIS THE PIZZA JUST A SLICE???????

ReplyDeletestop being SMART

DeleteOR MAYBE I ALREADY HAD A BIG BITE ON IT THAT ITS NOT A WHOLE CIRCLE ANYMORE!!!!!!!

ReplyDeleteha ha ha very funny

DeleteNOT

Pi.z.z.a

ReplyDeleteIt shouldn't have any volume because you have eaten it

ReplyDeleteShaddup and let me eat my pizza

ReplyDeleteThis one is smart!!!

ReplyDeleteSlight problem, pi r^2 is to find the area of a circle, not volume. Dipshit.

ReplyDeletePi R (squared) h

ReplyDeletePi R (squared) h

ReplyDelete