"Most of us divide a pizza using straight cuts that all meet in the middle. But what if the centre of the pizza has a topping that some people would rather avoid, while others desperately want crust for dipping? Mathematicians had previously come up with a recipe for slicing – formally known as a monohedral disc tiling – that gives you 12 identically shaped pieces, six of which form a star extending out from the centre, while the other six divide up the crusty remainder. You start by cutting curved three-sided slices across the pizza, then dividing these slices in two to get the inside and outside groups...." (text modified)
This post is dedicated to @ddailey who posts about tiling using technical language that, for me, might as well be Greek. Well, some of it actually is Greek. Never in social media life previous to Ello did I post about monohesdral disc tiling (above). Truly, Ello is different.