At Pizza Pie Heaven a large pizza has a diameter of 16 inches. One slice of a large pizza, cut into S slices, has an area of 25.12

At Pizza Pie Heaven a large pizza has a diameter of 16 inches. One slice of a large pizza, cut into S slices, has an area of 25.12 square inches. What is the approximate length, to the nearest inch, of the are formed by one slice of a large pizza?

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  1. The length of one slice of a large pizza is 8 inches.

    What is a circle?

    A circle is a twodimensional figure with a radius and circumference of 2 x pi x r.
    The area of a circle is given as πr².
    We have,
    A large pizza:
    Diameter = 16 inches
    Radius = 8 inches
    Area of the pizza.
    = π x 8 x 8
    = 3.14 x 8 x 8
    = 200.96 square inches
    Pizza cut into S slices.
    The area of each slice = 25.12 square inches.
    The number of slices.
    = 200.96 / 25.12
    = 8
    Now,
    The length of each slice of the pizza will be its radius.
    So,
    Length = 8
    Thus,
    The length of one slice of a large pizza is 8 inches.
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