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    Apr 05, 2009

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    Simply put, with pi being constant and if the heights of the pans are likewise constant, the only things to compare are the squares half your cake pan diameters. So the r-squares for an 8", 10", 12" and 14" of the same height would be 16, 25, 36, and 49 respectively. Then you compare these numbers. So you can see a 14" with a value of 49 is just over three times the volume of an 8" (3x16=48), and just under twice the volume of 10" (2x25=50).

    Please help. I need a cheesecake recipe for 2" deep pans sized 8, 10, 12, and 14". This is for my daughters wedding. We have all the supports figured out and it will be kept in a walk in refrigerator until cutting time. PLEASE help.

    When I clicked your "scaling recipes" link, the page does not load because instead of an address ending in html you have it ending in htmlv. Just thought I would help :)

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