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# Circle Graph Worksheet

Circle Graph Worksheet
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1.
What percent of the students like tennis?

 a. 22% b. 18% c. 29% d. 13%

2.
A circle graph is drawn to represent the survey done on a sample of 100 people who like various sports. Find the number of people who like football out of a population of 600 people.

 a. 196 b. 204 c. 182 d. 224

3.
Mr. Dennis asked 40 students in his class how they spend their leisure time. The responses are displayed in the circle graph. What activity does least percent of students do in their leisure time?

 a. Watching T.V b. Singing c. Reading books d. Painting e. Playing

#### Solution:

From the circle graph, the activity that least percent of students do in their leisure time is singing.

4.
The circle graph shows the percentages of ingredients used in the preparation of a pizza. Which ingredient is used in the lowest quantity in the preparation of the pizza?

 a. Mushroom b. Tomato sauce c. Cheese d. Crust

#### Solution:

From the graph, the ingredients used in the preparation of the pizza are 50% of crust, 25% of cheese, 13% of pepperoni, 7% of tomato sauce and 5% mushroom.

Among the percentages, the lowest one is 5%, which indicates the percentage of mushroom used in the pizza.

So, mushroom is the ingredient, which is used in lowest quantity in the preparation of the pizza.

5.
The circle graph shows the total number of space vehicles that were sent into the space during 4 decades. How many more vehicles were sent during 1970 - 79 than that during 1960 - 69?

 a. 1035 b. 364 c. 308 d. 333

#### Solution:

From the graph, the number of space vehicles launched during 1970 - 79 is 1162.

The number of space vehicles launched during 1960 - 69 is 854.

The difference between the number of space launches in 1970 - 79 and 1960 - 69 = 1162 - 854

= 308
[Subtract.]

So, 308 more vehicles were launched into space during 1970 - 79 than that during 1960 - 69.

6.
The circle graph shows the number of people of different age groups, who visited a particular restaurant during a week. What percent of the people aged between 12 - 18 years visited the restaurant?

 a. 16.66% b. 8.33% c. 33.33% d. 22.22%

#### Solution:

From the graph, the number of people of the age group 12 - 18 years who visited the restaurant is 120.

Total number of visitors to the restaurant = 30 + 80 + 120 + 60 + 70 = 360

So, the percent of the people aged between 12 - 18 years = (Number of people aged between 12 - 18 years) / (Total number of people) x 100 = 120 / 360 x 100 = 33.33%

7.
Joseph earns \$12000 per month. He constructs a pie chart based on his salary distriribution. Which part of the circle graph shows the least consumption of his salary?

 a. Monthly Savings b. Household Expenses c. Taxes d. Miscellaneous

#### Solution:

The Graph clearly shows that the maximum part of Joseph's earnings goes to his Monthly Savings and the minumum part of his salary goes to the Miscellaneous Expenses.

Therefore, the graph shows that the minimum consumption of his salary is by the Miscellaneous Expenses.

8.
The circle graph shows the sale of various brands of sneakers in a shoe store. Which brand shows the maximum sale?

 a. Reebok b. Nike c. Addidas d. Others

#### Solution:

The circle graph clearly shows that the sector which represents Nike brand is the largest.

Therefore, the Nike shows the maximum sale in that shoe store.

9.
A group of teenagers in school were surveyed about their favorite beverages. The result of the survey is represented on the Circle graph shown. Find the fraction of teenagers in the group whose favorite beverage is Coke .

 a. $\frac{2}{6}$ b. $\frac{1}{6}$ c. $\frac{1}{2}$ d. $\frac{1}{4}$

#### Solution:

Only half of the group has Tea/Coffee/Milk, Energy drinks and the Plain Water as their favorite beverages .

The Coke and the Pepsi is liked by equal number of teenagers in the group which occupies the remaining half of the circle.

Therefore, the fraction of teenagers in the group who like Coke is 1 / 4.

 a. $\frac{9}{10}$ b. $\frac{3}{10}$ c. $\frac{1}{10}$ d. $\frac{2}{10}$