Here’s Why You Should Always Get The Larger Pizza, According To Math

In case you’re needing a high school geometry refresher since you were probably playing Brick Breaker or Angry Birds (depending on how old you are) this all comes from the formula A =?r2.

Because the radius of the pizza is squared, the area of cheesy goodness increases by more than 2 when you double the radius (get a pizza twice as large).

So, and 8-inch pizza yields around 50 square inches of happiness, a 16-inch pizza gets you closer to 200 square inches.

A 16-inch pizza rarely costs twice that of an 8-inch pizza, even though it’s delivering 4 times the square footage of pizza. So, definitely don’t pay for two 8-inch pizzas. Save the money for another fast food endeavor.

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