Anyone of them is fine. It doesn't really matter.
The type of graph you would use would be a PICTURE GRAPH or a TALLY CHART
Circle graphs are in the shape of a circle and are better for ratios, and some percentages, however line graphs can be plotted which means that you would have the x and y axis labeled with the correct data then you would plot the correct line using a ruler if you were hand drawing it and connect each number with a dot
any of these graphs would be it: bar graph line graph circle graph
Most likely a bar or pie graph
If, by circle graph, you mean a pie graph then 450 will be 360*450/n degrees where n is the sum of all the sectors of the pie.
circle graph /aka/ pie chart
Circumference of a circle = (pi) x diameter of the circle therefore,pi = Circumference/diameter or plot a graph of circumference against diameter using many circles and the slope of the line on the graph would be equal to pi.
a collumn graph
probably orographic bar graph would work the best!
A pie graph would represent the composition of air nicely.
A Histogram, a line plot and a line graph.
I'm in sixth grade and I use circle graphs in social studies and bar and line graphs in science
all you have to do is get a compass and draw a circle. If you mean graph one, it would be impossible by hand but you can try.
They are used to represents percentages, or parts of a whole. For example, if you wanted to survey people in regards to what phone company they used, you would express your data using a circle graph.
its either a or d line plot or oduble bar graph
This would use a bar graph.