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This quiz, Graph Word Problems, will focus on charts and pies.
Chart: A chart is made up of a horizontal line and a vertical line. The horizontal line displays advancing numbers, letters or names going from left to right along the horizontal bottom line. The vertical line displays advancing numbers, letters or names going from the bottom to top along the vertical line.
Pie: A pie graph (or circle graph) uses “slices” or “sections” to show size. For example, if you wanted to divide a pizza up to feed five people, one slice of the pizza would be equal to 1/5 of the pie.
The pie would be divided into five equal sized sections with each section showing a percentage. For here, a whole pie equals 100%. What percentage would 1/5 be? To find the answer you would divide 100 by 5 or 100 ÷ 5 = 20. Each person would get 20% of the pie.