I have searched the Internet for many forms on cake conversion. But everyone seems to be too unwilling to make a 4-inch cake, the smallest is from 6 inches. I can't finish a 6-inch cake. I often don't know how to reduce the amount of heart when I refer to the recipe. So I went online to search for the conversion method and went to see some formulas. (If I have such a serious class, mathematics is I don't often fail.) But I once again found mathematics really tmd difficult!
Dedicating the algorithm to me is not as good as math, but the curiosity of the small pots is as follows: convert a 4-inch formula to all sizes 1 inch = 2.54 cm 4 inches (diameter) = 4 x 2.54 ≈ 10.16 cm 4 inches (radius)=4x2.54/2≈5.08cm4 inches (area)=5.08x5.08x3.14≈81.1cm2 Explanation: '5.08' is a 4-inch radius '5.08x5.08' is the radius of the square '3.14' The value for the pi is 'π' is calculated in the same way. The area of other dimensions, for example, the area of 12 inches is 729.3 cm2, and the area of 12 inches is 729.3 m2 divided by the area of 4 inches. 81.1 m2729.3 ÷ 81.1 ≈ 9 is also a For a 4-inch formula, multiply the 4-inch formula by 9 for a 12-inch formula. Instead, divide the 4-inch area by the 12-inch area by 81.1 ÷ 729.3 ≈ 0.12 and multiply the 12-inch formula by 0.12. You can calculate a 4-inch formula.