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Nate baked 3 cakes using a circular cake pan of diameter 8 inches. He plans to make a layered cake with one cake on top of the other with frosting only in between the cakes and on top of the third cake. Katrina made 5 cakes using a circular cake pan of diameter 6 inches. She plans to make a layered cake with each cake on top of the other and frosting only in between the cakes and on top of the fifth cake. The height of frosting in both their cakes is the same. Who requires more frosting? Nate. He has to frost an area of 602.88 square inches, and Katrina has to frost an area of 141

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Nate: Each frosting layer: 50.24 3 x 50.24 = 150.72 for one layered cake Katrina: Each frosting layer: 28.26 5 x 28.26 = 141.3 Katrina will need more frosting.

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