Originally posted by AThousandYoung Must be a trick question. Obviously thickness x pi x radius is the simple answer. But what about the volume of the hollow spaces inside the bread caused by the yeast?

Originally posted by AThousandYoung pi r squared I mean

Originally posted by wolfgang59 The radius is z ... not r. And the thickness is equal to a. You have two days to figure it out.

Originally posted by joe shmo Is it a doughnut? If so, and "z" is the average radius... I would say: V = pi*a²/4*2*pi*z V = 1/2*pi²*a²*z

Originally posted by wolfgang59 A circular piece of dough once baked has a thickness of "a" centimetres. And a radius of "z" centimetres. What is the total volume of the bread?

Originally posted by wolfgang59 Way off! It is just a simple cylinder. ... NO DONUT Clue: Thickness "a" could be thin or thick.

Originally posted by orangutan I like mine with extra peperami and no anchovies.