I have someone requesting a cake similar to the Red Bull Can cake pictured, but in the version of the Ghost can.  It needs to feed 100 people.  I am thinking I would use 8" cake layers.  How many layers filled with strawberry filling do you think I would need?  Also any advice on pricing this cake would be great!

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Cake Size: Since you're using 8" cake layers, the base of your cake will be 8" in diameter.
Ghost Can Dimensions: You should find the dimensions of the Ghost can you want to replicate and use those to scale your cake. For example, if the Ghost can is 6 inches in diameter and 8 inches tall, then you'll want your cake to be close to these dimensions.
Volume Calculation: Calculate the volume of the Ghost can and then the volume of an 8" round cake layer to estimate how many layers you'll need. Ensure the total volume of the cake layers matches the can's volume.
The volume of a cylindrical can (V) = π * r^2 * h, where r is the radius and h is the height.
The volume of an 8" round cake layer = π * (4")^2 * (height of one layer).
Thus, the height of each layer of an 8-inch round cake should be 4.5 inches, which is the same as the volume of the ghost jar. These cake layers can then be stacked to achieve the desired cake height, which is 8 inches. I started playing online gambling games some time ago. And finally I found information once about  https://casinosanalyzer.com/online-casinos/pay-by-phone  best pay by phone online casinos and won a lot of money. So a week ago I had an anniversary, 10 years of playing games, and they made me the same cake. In this case, it would require two layers of cake, each 4.5 inches high, to replicate the size of the Ghost jar.