# I think it's Spanish?

A pizza in the shape of a regular $$n$$-gon is sliced in an unusual way:

1. Each cut is a straight line segment
2. No cuts intersect inside the pizza
3. Cuts are only made from one vertex to a non-adjacent vertex
4. Only $$n - 3$$ cuts are made

How many ways can a 16-gon pizza be sliced?

Details and Assumptions

The pizza has non-uniform topping placement; rotated or flipped solutions are counted separately.

For example, a pentagon pizza can be sliced 5 ways, as depicted in the image.

The pieces don't necessarily need to be of equal area.

This is not an original problem.

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