# #34: Pizza Math

##### Spark your math thinking!
1. Set up your math mini spark recording page: #34: Pizza Math
2. Watch the videos, Pizza Pi and The Twitter Pizza Equation Explained and add details to your recording page showing the math behind the pizza sizes.
3.  Omni has a great site with information on pizza math and an pizza size calculator. On the left side there are a few articles about pizza. Record the title of each article and 3 details from each one on your note taking sheet.
4. Now try out the calculator. You can use the measurements from one of the videos or create your own and see what the comparisons are. Record what you find.
5. OPTIONAL: Calculate the area, circumference, and price per square inch of the next pizza you order.  Make a display of the math/calculations.
6. Share your math mini spark recording page with your teacher/EY coordinator.

## 3 thoughts on “#34: Pizza Math”

1. Liam P., Sunset says:

I didn’t know that 1 large pizza might be less money than 2 smaller pizzas.

2. Sicily says:

Each 2 inches the 2 more \$?

3. Kadence D. Rockbrook says:

Haddley and Worsley discovered a way to slice curvy pieces with nearly an infinite number of sides (as long as it’s an odd number of sides)