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# Pie graph the pie graph is to see what are people

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Pie graph The pie graph is to see what are people favorite it pizza toppings. When look at the pic chart you would see four different toppings to choose from. The pepperoni topping has the most votes with more than 50% most people like pepperoni. So, since pepperoni take up 50% the other 3 toppings are broke down by 25% cheese and 15% sausage and 10% supreme. This pie graph equals to 100% this is a good graph it is label correctly. Pictograph This pictograph shows people favorite toppings on a pizza pepperoni has the lead with the most slices of pizza selected. This pictograph is easy to read and its label correctly as well.

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Scatterplot graph This is a scatterplot graph in this graph it shows how the sales increase when the temperature gets hotter. In the graph, you can see that it is label but it doesn’t start with a vertical axis zero.
Pie Chart What is being claimed? The claim is the USC has the most player drafted to the NFL How good is the evidence? From this pie graph USC has the most player drafted. What other information is relevant? When looking at the pie graph there four other college with drafted players I don’t think that a pie graph was a good choice of a graph to show this claim a bar graph would had been a better choice because you could see the different colleges in a bar graph better and when using a pie graph to make it true graph it should always equal up to 100% to make the pie graph true. Are relevant fallacies avoided? (e.g., fallacies of Inappropriate Proportions , Misleading Scales , Varying Scales on One Axis , Misleading Comparisons , Misleading Visual Impressions , etc. ) . No fallacies.

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