Q: How do you convert a percent to a whole number to a circle graph?

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A single number cannot be turned into a percent for a circle graph. You need a total. If the number is N and the total is T then the percentage is 100*N/T and then, for a circle graph, the relevant segment should subtend an angle of 360*N/T degrees (or 2*pi*N/T radians).

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Sum all the data values together: this is the whole. To convert each data value into a percentage, divide it by the whole and multiply by 100. To convert the percentage into an angular measure in degrees, multiply the percentage by 3.6

you should watch that the graph equals 100 percent

half of the circle plus a little more

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A single number cannot be turned into a percent for a circle graph. You need a total. If the number is N and the total is T then the percentage is 100*N/T and then, for a circle graph, the relevant segment should subtend an angle of 360*N/T degrees (or 2*pi*N/T radians).

360% is the total percent. its what all the pieces of a circle graph should add up to!

18 degrees is 5% on a circle graph.

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100%.

It is: 5%

68.4 degrees.

No. A circle graph - or pie graph - is designed so that the whole circle represents 100%. It is, therefore, not possible for the graph to represent more than 100%.

Sum all the data values together: this is the whole. To convert each data value into a percentage, divide it by the whole and multiply by 100. To convert the percentage into an angular measure in degrees, multiply the percentage by 3.6

you should watch that the graph equals 100 percent

half of the circle plus a little more