Hm. Now for this one we need to pull from both Algebra, Geometry, and also second grade math. To get the radius of the cake, you simple take the formula for the area of a circle, πr^2, and assume that the radius must be higher than zero. Working backwards and assuming that the average area of cake is about 67π, you simply divide both sides by π, to get 67=r^2. Take the square root of both sides, and the approximate radius of cake is about 8.something. probably.
Now, square root of a pineapple is slightly simpler. In this equation, letting p=pineapple, you would square g (guava) to get g^2. Since pineapple and guava are both fruits, they have similar square roots. Therefore, g squared is equivalent to the square root of p.
Now you have (8.something x g^2)^3. This can be simplified to 8.something^3 x g^5. Using PEMDAS, exponent come first, since there are no parentheses. Us a calculator to multiply out the exponents. You are left with two answers, and you simply multiply those two to get your final answer. Don't forget to measure an actual cake to check your work(but make sure that the cake is circular).
Your final answer should be 12.
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