for those detail-oriented (i.e. picky) I imagine cuts need to be straight lines, and the cake is two-dimensional?
You're half right: the cuts have to be straight. The cake is 3-D, though. Assume the cake is a rectangular solid, and all cuts are planar.
thanks for the clarification!
death^H^H^H^Hservings by a thousand cuts
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