Where were you when a webcomic revolutionized the very fundamentals of meatballs?
you know that filthy whore loves it, too. she says she wears low cut tops on purpose, i bet she gets ass-blasted by some jumbo sized turkey basters off set, if you know what i mean.
You can use it to calculate the area under a line.
Perhaps he was modeling the area to find the side length if the original mass of the spherical meatballs was kept constant and instead formed into a pyramid. A fair amount of the equations you use in geometry are derived from calculus.
That or it's a webcomic that wanted to make a joke about overthinking things.
Sorry mate, but maths goes beyond what they taught you in school. There are plenty of applications in which integration would be useful here. Calculating the centre of mass, for example.
>A pyramid has 5 sides though.
Not a pyramid, a four-sided pyramidal solid.
I know you already got corrected, but a "pyramid" can have any number of sides.
The only definition for a pyramid is that every side but the base is a triangle.
However, such shapes are less idea for frying meatballs in oil (if you bake them instead, this debate isn't for you).
>how could you possibly make them pointy
Look at the pictures posted above.
There's a reason you truss your birds before roasting and pin their wings behind their backs. Thinner bits cook faster, and burn before the thicker parts cook through.
I wish were were more topics that brought /co/ to /ck/. I really like when my 2 favorite boards cross over.