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The maximum of pieces into which a pizza can be cut by making six cuts?
If you want an even-sized pieces, you can make a 7-slice pizza. Otherwise, the maximum is 22. (.5x^2 + .5x + 1 is the formula to determine the maximum number of slices if you use "x" cuts.) If you want even-sized slices, you can make a 7-slice pizza. Otherwise, the maximum number of slices is 22. (.5x^2 + .5x + 1 is the formula to determine the maximum number of slices if you use "x" cuts.)
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A diamond cutter cuts diamond stones depending on the highlights of the particular stone that s/he wants to preserve. These are its colour and its clarity. Then a cut is plann…ed to preserve the highest carat weight for the stone.
Cut a pizza into 2 using one straight cut. Stack the pieces and make a straight cut: you now have2 2 = 4 pieces from 2 cuts. Stack these and make a straight cut: you now have… 2 3 = 8pieces from 3 cuts. Continue. After 7 cuts you can have 2 7 = 128 pieces. You can reduce the number of pieces to 29 if, after the fourth cut,you stack and cut only 11 pieces and thereafter cut just one eachtime. There are other options which give the same result.
A pizza can be cut into eleven pieces with 4 straight cuts if an X is cut, then the rest of the pizza is cut starting from the right and working to the left in four straig…ht lines.
Four diameter cuts, if none of them are the same, will always cut a pie into 8 pieces.
2n or 2 x n because if you cut it one time it will be two slices (1 x 2) it you cut it two times it will be four slices (2 x 2) ''---------------- I am afraid that's not… correct. Based on the above for 3 cuts, n=3 and number of slices would be 3x2=6, which is not the correct answer. If the the third cut intersects both the previous cuts at dfifferent points, you would get 7 slices. And if you make a fourth cut in such a way that it intersects previous cuts at different points, you would get 11 slices. (Now slices may be crumb sized, that is a different matter, but mathematically that is the max slices you could make!!) In general, maximum number of slices with n cuts would be (n^2 + n + 2)/2
2 horizontal cuts and 3 vertical cuts OR 3 horizontal cuts and 2 vertical cuts
In gereral, the more poorly differentiated (the fewer complex structures that have specific functions) an organism is, the greater its ability to live and re-grow after being …cut apart. Worms have this ability to re-grow in entirety, as do lower organisms like amoebas and fungi. In flatworms, their cells have the ability to differentiate into any type of tissue that the worm might need. These types of cells are called stem cells, and are the subject of ongoing research in medicine as to their applications in humans. There is a limit, however. a tiny slice of flatworm would not be able to develop into another worm.
first rub it all over your chest. second hit it with a bat. third cut with a banana peel. and there you have it.
The Rule for this would be: (n2 + n + 2)/2 so: (72 + 7 + 2)/2 =(49 + 7 + 2)/2 =(58)/2 =29 29 is the answer.
Make two cuts normally, then make the third cut along a line that crosses both of the first two cuts but does not pass through their intersection.
There really isn't a true way to cut pizza but it is traditonally cut through the center to the other side into equal pieces.
to make it fit on the pizza