# Calculate Liters in a Pie Slice

## Calculator how many milliliters, centiliters, deciliters or liters a pie slice contains.

Mathematically, a pie slice is a cylindrical sector. The angle of the pie slice can have any value between 0 and 360 degrees. However, if you want the slices of the pie to be the same size with no leftovers, then the angle must be an integer fraction of 360°.

Example: a piece of cake with a height of four centimeters and a side length of ten centimeters, which makes up one sixth of the entire cake, has a volume of a bit more than a fifth of a liter (0.21).

Please enter angle or number of slices, height and side length. The side length is the radius or half the diameter of the pie. The content in milliliters (ml), centiliters (cl), deciliters (dl) and in liters (l) will be calculated.

This piece of cake, of which the cake had 12 pieces, is 4.5 cm high and 13 cm long. So it contains just under 2 deciliters. Not counting that the rim is slightly higher than the center of the cake and not quite straight.

Here you can convert metric volume units into customary and imperial units.

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