dude, you still cut the pizza the same. its just bigger pieces. but still the same amount. its always 8 pieces.
Cut the pizza in half along a diameter going from west to east. Then cut the two halves along a diameter going from north to south. Finally, cut the four quarters with a circular cut that is centered on the center of the pizza and having a radius of about 71% that of the pizza (the exact figure is the square root of one half). Give the pieces from inside the circle to your friends who don't like the crust.By the way, it isn't possible to do this so that all eight pieces include part of the crust; the circumference of the pizza would have to be cut eight times, but it can only be cut twice by each of the three cuts. STOP LYING
From the Papa Ginos Website: large 14" -- cut in 8 pieces small 10" cut in 6 pieces rustic cut in 12 pieces
A pizza can be cut into eleven pieces with 4 straight cuts if an X is cut, then the rest of the pizza is cut starting from the right and working to the left in four straight lines.
There really isn't a true way to cut pizza but it is traditonally cut through the center to the other side into equal pieces.
the answer is twelve pieces
it was cut into 28 pieces
Yes. When you cut a pizza into 3 pieces, the pieces are bigger than they are when you cut it into 12 pieces.
First you cut the pizza into 4 pieces using two cuts in the obvious way. then you stack all four pieces and cut the pile in half to give you 8 pieces in three cuts. Then you stack 3 of your pieces and cut them in half to finally give 11 pieces in 4 cuts.