You Should Always Order The Bigger Pizza Guelph!

 

Ever downsized your pizza order to save a little cash? A new video from AsapSCIENCE proves you’ve been doing it wrong.

It all comes down to a basic geometric equation from your nightmares your high school math class. The area of a circle is equal to pi times the radius squared.

 According to that equation, a basic eight-inch pizza has an area of 50 square inches. While you might think a sixteen-inch pizza is twice as big as an eight-inch pizza, given that the diameter is two times bigger, the math tells us otherwise.
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A sixteen-inch pizza has an area of 200 square inches ― four times as large as the eight-inch pizza. But as AsapSCIENCE’s video points out, the difference in cost between a small pizza and an extra large pizza is rarely two times more expensive, never mind four times as expensive.
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