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Using PI to Calculate Cake or Pizza Pricing
Using
Using PPI to Calculate Cake or Pizza Pricing
to Calculate Cake or Pizza Pricing
How many more ingredients are in a 16-inch pizza than an 8-inch pizza? Be
careful it is not double!
The formula for the area of a circle is π × r2. The radius of a circle is
half the diameter. The function =PI() returns the constant for pi. You use
=PI()*(B7/2)^2 to calculate the number of square inches in a 16-inch pizza.
As shown in Figure 11.25 , the 16-inch size contains nearly four times the area
of an 8-inch circle.
Figure 11.25.
Figure 11.25. Most pizza shops don t have a dedicated cost accountant.
Most pizza shops don t have a dedicated cost accountant.
If your company makes anything round drink coasters, drum heads, wedding
cakes, pizzas, tires, or Frisbees you want to use =PI() when calculating
your product cost.
Syntax
=PI()
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