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Pizza physics (New York-style)

When eating pizza, New Yorkers will recommend that you fold the slice in half longways to reduce mess. Now find out about the math and physics working behind the scenes of that tradition in TED Ed‘s Pizza physics (New York-style) by Colm Kelleher, with animation by Joel Trussell.



We wish all of our foods explained related math and physics ideas to us… and more about shapes, too.

via SciAm’s Video of the Week.

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