Q: Why would you use percents in a graph?

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circle graph= a graph that represents data using sections of a circle. The sum of the percents in a circle graph is 100o/o

pie graph or pie chart

You usually want to use a bar graph. If you have a year of data you probably want to use a line graph.

a pictograph

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A pie graph would be used for percents (anything that adds up to 100%)

circle graph /aka/ pie chart

I'm in sixth grade and I use circle graphs in social studies and bar and line graphs in science

When your data is in percents, a common type of graph to use is a pie chart. This type of graph is particularly useful for showing the distribution of a whole, where each category represents a percentage of the total. A pie chart is visually appealing and easily highlights the proportion of each category.

pie graphs

i did that for my science project and i used a line graph on how long each of the drinks took to freeze and every 45 minutes i would see how much more they had frozen by percents.

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circle graph= a graph that represents data using sections of a circle. The sum of the percents in a circle graph is 100o/o

pie graph or pie chart

pie graph or pie chart

Multiply the percentage by 3.6

The type of graph you would use would be a PICTURE GRAPH or a TALLY CHART