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 Concept of Pie Graph (Or a Circlegraph)
 Concept of Pie Graph (Or a Circlegraph)
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 Applications of Ogives in Determination of Median
 Relation Between Measures of Central Tendency
 Introduction to Normal Distribution
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 Mode of Grouped Data
definition
Pie graph(Or a Circlegraph): A piegraph is used to compare parts of a whole. A circle graph shows the relationship between a whole and its part. Here, the whole circle is divided into sectors. The size of each sector is proportional to the activity or information it represents.
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Pie graph(Or a Circlegraph):

A piegraph is used to compare parts of a whole.

Data can also be presented using a circle graph or pie chart. A circle graph shows the relationship between a whole and its part. Here, the whole circle is divided into sectors. The size of each sector is proportional to the activity or information it represents.
The following pie graph shows the percentage of viewers watching different types of TV channels.
Drawing pie charts:
1) The favourite flavours of icecreams for students of a school are given in percentages as follows.
Flavours 
Percentage of students

Chocolate 
50% 
Vanilla 
25% 
Other flavours 
25% 
Let us represent this data in a pie chart.
The total angle at the centre of a circle is 360°. The central angle of the sectors will be a fraction of 360°. We make a table to find the central angle of the sectors.
Flavours 
Students in percent preferring the flavours 
In fractions 
Fraction of 360° 
Chocolate  50%  `50/100 = 1/2`  `1/2 "of" 360° =180°` 
Vanilla  25%  `25/100 = 1/4`  `1/4 "of" 360° = 90°` 
Other flavours  25%  `25/100 = 1/4`  `1/4 "of" 360° = 90°` 
 Draw a circle with any convenient radius. Mark its centre (O) and a radius (OA).

The angle of the sector for chocolate is 180°. Use the protractor to draw ∠AOB = 180°.
 Continue marking the remaining sectors.
Example
ordinary bread  320 
fruit bread  80 
cakes and pastries  160 
biscuits  120 
others  40 
Total

720 
Item  Sales (In Rs.)  In Fraction  Central Angle 
Ordinary Bread  320  `320/720 = 4/9`  `4/9xx360° = 160°` 
Fruit Bread  80  `80/720 = 1/9`  `1/9xx360° = 40°` 
Cakes and pastries  160  `160/720 = 2/9`  `2/9xx360° = 80°` 
Biscuits  120  `120/720 = 1/6`  `1/6xx360° = 60°` 
Others  40  `40/720 = 1/18`  `1/18xx360° = 20°` 
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Age group (in years) 
No. of Persons  Measure of central angle 
20  25  80  `square/200 xx 300 = square` 
25  30  60  `60/200 xx 360 = square` 
30  35  35  `35/200 xx square = 63^circ` 
35  40  25  `25/200 xx 360 = square` 
Total  200  `square` 
The following table shows the daily supply of electricity to different places in a town. To show the information by a pie diagram, measures of central angles of sectors are to be decided.
Complete the following activity to find the measure :
Places 
Supply of electricity (Thosand units) 
Measure of central angle 
Roads  4  `4/30 xx 360 = 48^circ` 
Factories  12  `square/square xx 360=144^circ` 
shops  6  `6/30xx360 = square` 
Houses  8  `square/squarexx360=square` 
Total ⇒  30 
The following table shows the percentages of demands for different fruits registered with a fruit vendor. Show the information by a pie diagram.
Fruits  Mango  Sweet lime  Apples  Cheeku  Oranges 
Percentages of demand  30  15  25  20  10 