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How can you cut a pizza into 8 pieces with 3 straight cuts?

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Well let's see. . . Step 1. cut the pizza in half. Step 2. place one half on top of the other half. Step 3. make a second cut to both halves at the same time leghtwise. Step 4. make a third cut perpendicular to the last cut. you end up with 8 pieces and you only made 3 cuts.
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