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Pie Charts/Circle Graphs Exercises

Example 1

Draw a pie chart (circle graph) for the following set of data:

Mrs. Leahy has 4 cats, 4 dogs, and 4 fish.

Example 2

Draw a pie chart (circle graph) for the following set of data:

Of the 60 kids in Jimmy's class, 30 ride the bus to school, 20 get rides from their parents, and 10 walk.

Example 3

Draw a pie chart (circle graph) for the following set of data:

A poll of Nancy's book club revealed that everyone liked chocolate. Four members preferred dark chocolate, and 6 members preferred milk chocolate. Maybe Nancy's book club should spend less time eating and more time reading. Just a thought.

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