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  • 4 years ago

Which would be bigger , a 26 inch pizza or two 13 inch pizzas ? Or would they be the same?

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  1. anonymous
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    they are both the same

  2. anonymous
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    so it would be equal

  3. precal
    • 4 years ago
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    use the area of a circle \[A=\pi*r^2\]

  4. Mertsj
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    A 26 inch pizza is bigger.

  5. anonymous
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    ^^they are both the same

  6. anonymous
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    They are not the same.

  7. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    \[\frac{13^2\pi}{2*6.5^2\pi}\]

  8. anonymous
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    if u multiply 13 and 2 together u get 26

  9. anonymous
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    Yes, but that's now how you solve it. You need to use a ratio of areas of circles.

  10. anonymous
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    o so A=π∗r2

  11. anonymous
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    The 26in pizza is actually equivalent to 4 13 in pizzas.

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