# A pizza has a radius of 'z' cm and a thickness of 'a' cm. What is the volume of the pizza?

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by Ishu12

2015-11-02T11:42:22+05:30

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The p pizza is just like a thin cylinder .So, volume of pizza is πr²h = πz²a
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Volume of pizza =πz²a cm^3.....(Correction)
2015-11-02T12:43:23+05:30

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The radius of the pizza is 'z' cm
The thickness (height) of the pizza is 'a' cm
Therefore, Radius (r) = z cm
Height (h) = a cm
So, we can consider pizza as a cylinder
Therefore, the volume of the pizza = the volume of cylinder
= πr²h
= πz²a cm³
So, the volume of the pizza = πz²a cm³