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Subjectwise marks obtained by a student in an examination are given below

Subject Marks
Marathi 85
Hindi 85
Science 90
Mathematics 100
Total 360

Draw pie diagram

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Solution

Central angle for each subject is computed in the following table:

Subject Marks Measure of central angle
Marathi 85

`85/360*360^@=85^@`

Hindi 85

`85/360*360^@=85^@`

Science 90

`90/360*360^@=90^@`

Mathematics 100

`100/360*360^@=100^@`

Total 360 360°

 

 

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