7-5 - towards the smaller ones. Example: 10%, 40%, 50%...

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Circle Graphs Lesson 7-5
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Circle Graph A circle graph is a graph of data that is presented in a circle, where the entire circle represents the whole (100%). Each wedge represents a part of the whole.
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Sketching a Circle Graph Estimate percentages as fractions. Start with the largest percentages and work
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Unformatted text preview: towards the smaller ones. Example: 10%, 40%, 50% Start with 50%. 50% = 50% Now look at 40%. 40% will be almost all of the top half. 40% The remainder is labeled with 10%. 10% Percents and Fractions 33% = 1/3 25% = 50% = 20% = 1/5 Homework Time...
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7-5 - towards the smaller ones. Example: 10%, 40%, 50%...

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