Well done Nathan – you were the first to let us know how Pringles are made AND have given some unusual names of maths shapes. I have never come across a torus shape!! Well done 🙂

From Nathan:

The answers for the pringles questions:
1. They start by mixing water with potato flakes and cornstarch. Then they use extreme pressure to turn the mush into a pringles sheet. Little pringle ovals are cut out of that sheet. Then the pringles are fried. Then finally they are shaped.
2. There are 90 pringles in a tube.
3.  Unusual names of 3-D math shapes are  sphere, torus, cylinder, and cuboid

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