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Here's another question problem: Peter and Jen bought a pizza and discovered that it had a circumference of 64.57 inches.If we assume that the pizza is cut with each piece the exact same size,what is the length of each side of a slice of pizza?

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  1. anonymous
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    You have the circumference of the pizza, so use the formula Circumference is equal to two times pi times radius to find the radius of your pizza. If all pieces are the same size, the radius of your pizza should equal the length of each side of a piece of pizza.

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    thanks! may I ask few more questions?

  3. anonymous
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    So is the answer 13?

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