Keeping it legal dad!What do you mean? I think we can hang on the ceiling together. After all, it's a family rope! Otherwise, what's the point on having a family if you can't even hang out together to enjoy life
The old fashioned notion of dividing a whole slice for N people is not going to do us good in this, we need to break the problem down to its core. When you are slicing a cake, you are taking and series of angles of a circles in parts and distributing them one by one. The procedure is the following: You take the whole 360 deg angle and divide it by the number of people you want to give it to, then you trace that much from the starting point around it, and give that much you traced to the first person. Then repeat until you got no cake left. So consider this:
abraker wrote:As a workaround, take the limit of the thing you are trying to divide the thing by 0 and divide it by x as x approaches 0The limit, as the number of people I'm dividing cake for approaches zero, the number of slices approaches...
Well assuming its a regular cylindrical cake3D is irrelevant when cutting the cake because of the subsection nature of the cut. If you have a 4D knife and cake on the other hand, then would play a role.
It should have 2pi*r^2*h of edible volume available.
my godWhy not?
why would you have 2pi of a cake tho