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1. Food from Italy

Italy is the European country that is shaped like a boot.

Many popular dishes have their origin in Italy test
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      Problem 1.1.

      [Luigi] How many pieces of pizza are in a typical pizza pie?
        1. Remark. [David Faermer] Eight is the most common, in my experience.
            • Remark. [Jason Davies] test
                • Remark. [Kent] See piece-def for its definition.
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                      Problem 1.2.

                      Given a plate of spaghetti with $N$ noodles, suppose you randomly connect each end of a noodle to another end, with all connections equally likely. What is the expected number of loops?
                        1. Remark. When $N=1$ there is exactly one loop.

                          When $N=2$ there can be either 1 or 2 loops, with 2 loops occurring 1/3 of the time. So the expected number of loops is $\frac13 2 + \frac23 1 = \frac43$.
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                              Problem 1.3.

                              Canneloni is a type of desert.
                                1. Remark. [Jason] Interesting problem.
                                    • Problem 1.4.

                                      [David F] This is a placeholder for the statement of a problem.
                                        1. Remark. Definition A piece of pizza is a connected component.

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