Cake Recipe in strange science units – Sixty Symbols

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Dr Becky Smethurst adapts a classic Mary Berry cake recipe, using a combination of strange science units.
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Mary Berry: http://www.maryberry.co.uk

Mathematical way to cut cake: https://youtu.be/wBU9N35ZHIw
And another math cake video: https://youtu.be/kaMKInkV7Vs
And another: https://youtu.be/ezdeBrPnzyc

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Postscript: Becky got so excited by this idea of a physics cake recipe that she went full steam ahead and managed to ignore her own advice about being careful with units. For those wishing to convert the values back to normal metric values in order to bake the cake, know that it should be 126 giga-yotta eV/c2 of both sugar & flour and only 0.02 Hubble Barns of butter. Otherwise you’ll end up with a cake that is ~74% butter and Mary Berry won’t enjoy that soggy bottom.