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Pie charts and frequency diagrams - Test

1.

Jamie conducted a survey. He asked his classmates how they travelled to school that day. Here are their replies: walk (13), bus (9), car (6), cycle (2). Jamie wants to display this information in a pie chart. What angle would travelling by car need?

2.

A pie chart about eye colour in a sample of 200 students was split up as follows: brown (146°), green (63°), grey (36°), blue (115°). How many people in the sample had green eyes?

3.

The total cost of a holiday was £420. A pie chart showed how the cost was made up: food (180°), hotel (90°), travel (60°), other items (30°). How much was spent on travel?

4.

The teachers and pupils in a school were asked to state which TV. Channel they preferred. The results were: BBC1 (35%), BBC2 (5%), ITV (50%), Channel 4 (10%). What angle in a pie chart would represent BBC1?

5.

A pop singer's budget over a three month period was as follows: recording latest single (£6000), pressing record and producing sleeve (£3000), poster campaign (£5000), living expenses (£2000), wardrobe (£2000). What angle in a pie chart would represent the poster campaign?