In a recent issue of Crux, at the end of the editorial (which is public), it appears the following very nice problem by Peter Liljedahl.

I couldn’t resist sharing it with the MSE community. Enjoy!

**Answer**

Nice riddle! My solution would be to cut along a line through the center of the circle and the center of the rectangle.

*Proof*.

A cut through the center of a circle divides it into pices of equal size. The same holds for rectangles. Therefore everyone gets the same amount of pizza minus the same “amount of hole”. ◻

It amazed me that this works for pizzas and holes of even stranger shapes as long as they are point-symmetric. In this way one can make the riddle even more interesting, e.g. an elliptic pizza with a hole in the shape of a 6-armed star.

**Attribution***Source : Link , Question Author : Robert Z , Answer Author : M. Winter*