Area Under Different Crops in a Certain Village is Given Below. Represent It by a Pie Diagram - Algebra

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Area under different crops in a certain village is given below. Represent it by a pie diagram :

Corps  Area (in Hectares)
Jowar 80
Wheat 20
Sugarcane 60
Vegetables 20
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Solution

We compute the central angle for each crop as shown in the following table.

Corps  Area (in Hectares) Measure of central
angle
Jowar 80

`80/180xx360^@=160^@`

Wheat 20

`20/180xx360^@=40^@`

Sugarcane 60

`60/180xx360^@=120^@`

Vegetables 20

`20/180xx360^=40^@`

Total 180

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