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Last Edited by annie930ny September 4, 2016 at 10:49 AMPapa John's: Friday Fave! Medium Pizza up to 5-Toppings & 10" Cheesticks for $10
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which is 9cents per sq inch
this 12in medium topping is 6cents per sq inch which is 30% less
you should make this large for $2 which makes it a better deal
which is 9cents per sq inch
this 12in medium topping is 6cents per sq inch which is 30% less
you should make this large for $2 which makes it a better deal
which is 9cents per sq inch
this 12in medium topping is 6cents per sq inch which is 30% less
you should make this large for $2 which makes it a better deal
Large pie is 14". This makes the radius 7". Area of a circle is pi times the radius squared or ~3.14 times 49 which is 154 square inches. At 9 cents a square inch that would be $13.85, not $10. At $10 it is 6.5 cents per square inch.
Medium is 12". Radius 6". Area = 36 * pi = 113 square inches at the 6 cents per you claim = $6.79.
Furthermore the thickness of the outer crust does not change so a greater percentage of the medium pizza is crust vs actual pizza/toppings.
Of course this entirely ignores the cheesesticks.
Most importantly you want to go over $15 right now so you can stack the KICKOFF promocode for a free 3 topping large pizza with your next order.
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Large pie is 14". This makes the radius 7". Area of a circle is pi times the radius squared or ~3.14 times 49 which is 154 square inches. At 9 cents a square inch that would be $13.85, not $10. At $10 it is 6.5 cents per square inch.
Medium is 12". Radius 6". Area = 36 * pi = 113 square inches at the 6 cents per you claim = $6.79.
Furthermore the thickness of the outer crust does not change so a greater percentage of the medium pizza is crust vs actual pizza/toppings.
Of course this entirely ignores the cheesesticks.
Most importantly you want to go over $15 right now so you can stack the KICKOFF promocode for a free 3 topping large pizza with your next order.
it's .06 cents per sq in vs .09
https://jeffkayser.com/projects/p...alue-calc/
Large pie is 14". This makes the radius 7". Area of a circle is pi times the radius squared or ~3.14 times 49 which is 154 square inches. At 9 cents a square inch that would be $13.85, not $10. At $10 it is 6.5 cents per square inch.
Medium is 12". Radius 6". Area = 36 * pi = 113 square inches at the 6 cents per you claim = $6.79.
Furthermore the thickness of the outer crust does not change so a greater percentage of the medium pizza is crust vs actual pizza/toppings.
Of course this entirely ignores the cheesesticks.
Most importantly you want to go over $15 right now so you can stack the KICKOFF promocode for a free 3 topping large pizza with your next order.
Try calculating it with 6 cents per square inch on the Large, and 9 cents per square inch on the Medium.